Monday Buzz producer and engineer Harry Gilbert recently spoke with Dewey-Hagborg about her work and the societal, bioethical, and policy concerns it brings up.
When Russian billionaire Yuri Milner announced the ten-year, $100 million Breakthrough Listen initiative, some referred to it as the largest and most comprehensive step towards discovering extraterrestrial intelligence in human history. The unprecedented level of funding will give scientists thousands of hours of use on two major radio telescopes, which were previously devoted to the […]
For all the budding or practicing cartographers out there — Raushana Mead and Katie Kowalsky talk about their free workshop at the Central Library, MapTime Madison.
Sandee Seiberlich from UW Madison’s Department of Information Technology (DoIT) joins Buzz host Jonathan Zarov to talk tech.
President Obama’s former Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra joins us to talk about his new book “The Innovative State.” Chopra will be speaking at the Wisconsin Book Festival, which starts next week.
The return of the Frankensteined scanners under the sea. Nathaniel Stern brings us an update from his secret lab in Milwaukee.