A PFAS conundrum

Last summer, UW-Madison student Andrew Glasgow worked to develop an inexpensive, accessible method for detection of PFAS in drinking water. It didn’t go as planned.

Lost Industries on the St. Louis River

Tony Dierckins shared his knowledge of the history of the industries surrounding the waterways of Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin, for the October River Talk. He focused on businesses that have been lost or changed along the way.

Making the world a better place

Summer research student, Melina Dennis, studied groundwater flooding but learned a whole lot more thanks to the Freshwater Collaborative.

When too much water hinders water research

In the second of a series, Freshwater@UW Summer Research Opportunities Program student, Jessica Alcorn, shares her research experience from this summer and provides a lesson in overcoming adversity.