WORT Local News
MADISON (WORT) — A new bill introduced into the Wisconsin Senate would make it easier for hard cider producers to share samples of their product. Patrick Waring has the story.
June is peak tornado season in Wisconsin. Scientists and engineers in the state have been in the forefront of tornado prediction and protection. On average 65 people die in tornadoes in the U.S. every year. Jim Carrier looks at how tornadoes form in the Great Plains, how satellite imagery has improved the warning time to […]
MADISON (WORT) — University of Wisconsin Astronomy students Jenna Ryon and Arthur Eigenbrodt are live in the studio to talk about a gaseous halo around the Andromeda galaxy.
Isthmus contributor Jenny Peek writes about the quest for a better battery at the University of Wisconsin. WORT’s Dylan Brogan interviewed Peek at the UW Memorial Union.
Tonight, PNM’er Matthew Zmudka interviewed two grad students on campus, Andrew Reidenbach and Danielle Lohman from the UW-Madison Biochemistry Department. They study mitochondria in Associate Professor David Pagliarini’s lab, which has many separate research projects. Mitochondria are organisms found in most cells in the body, and are in simple terms responsible for converting “food” into […]
The Madison-based jazz organist Mike Cammilleri and his trio play Friday at Strollin’ Schenk’s Corners.