Many additional resources are provided by UW-Madison Cores. See the Directory of Resources for Researchers for an up-to-date, navigable compilation.
The Biophysics Instrumentation Facility (BIF) provides access to instrumentation focused on the study of conformations, activities and assembly of biological and other macromolecules.
The Biochemistry Optical Core provides instrumentation for super-resolution light microscopic imaging. Assistance is available for designing experiments and the development of grants and manuscripts for these techniques.
The National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison can assist with techology research and development, service and collaborations, training, and dissemination.
Assists in the statistical aspects of research projects including, but not limited to, project development, grant writing, experimental design, data analyses, interpretation of results, and writing of reports.
Enables the use of the NetID login service for campus-facing applications and services. It is available to Students, Faculty, Staff, Researchers, Departments, and Guests.
Provides shared, scalable, secure data centers, servers, storage, and backup. CCI also provides IT consulting to help ensure the IT services meet your needs and can broker a wide variety of other IT services such as networking, security, website, and databases.
Coordinates existing resources and expertise around a campus-wide data science strategy.
Connects researchers and resources with each other.
Collaborates to build community, develop new capacities, and pursue new lines of inquiry.
Provides services such as Lean Startup, mentorship, strategy and team building, and funding. The initiative is intended to provide UW-Madison faculty, staff, and students with access to resources to help transform ideas and discoveries into products and companies.
Provides computer technology services to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a more limited set of services to UW System and other units of State government. DoIT delivers desktop, server, and mainframe computing services and supports networks, and other functions.
Provides a community test and production web hosting environment for UW-Madison and its affiliates. They host accounts at four service levels designed to suit diverse hosting needs including free hosting of static websites.
Provide biostatistical support/collaboration during the design, conduct, and analysis phases of your clinical and translational research projects. BARD statisticians are involved in research planning and experimental design, proposal development, data analysis, interpretation, and presentation of results.
Forms partnerships with the outreach infrastructure of WARF’s Town Center, Morgridge, and other campus and national organizations to establish bridges among scientists, professional communicators, and members of the public. Offers training programs in effective science communication, public discourse, and media representation. Facilitates campus-wide, community, and national discussions about illuminating discovery, science and engineering research, the role of science and technology in society, and the image of scientists, engineers, and mathematicians.
Unites researchers who generate large data sets to understand the complex relationships between genes, environment, and life experience. Such multi-omics data are derived from diverse biological sources and include genomics, epigenomics, proteomics, metabolomics, metagenomics, and transcriptomics.
Oversees more than $1 billion in annual research expenditures, administers 17 cross-campus research and service centers, and maintains oversight of the Graduate School. Vice Chancellor Mailick’s leadership team consists of faculty and staff members representing the various disciplines of research and graduate education, including administration, physical sciences, biological sciences, social studies and arts and humanities. In addition, an extensive network of operational support is in place to support the office’s mission.
Research consulting, workshops, and instructional support focused on the use of Qualitative Data Analysis tools. Provided by the Media, Education Resources & Information Technology (MERIT) Library, they also support researchers in the area of data preparation for qualitative analysis.
Promotes and facilitates the research, education, and outreach missions of the University of Wisconsin-Madison by supporting and administering extramurally sponsored programs.
Provides a no-cost, high-performance, centralized cloud computing platform to help you regularly test the security of your software applications. Created to advance the state of cybersecurity, protect critical infrastructures, and improve the resilience of open-source software, the SWAMP integrates security into the software development life cycle and keeps all user activities completely confidential.
Partners with instructors, researchers, and campus staff to conceptualize, design, and implement innovative custom software solutions and library applications. Specializes in supporting research ideas, application development, data collection, and data visualization needs.
The private, nonprofit patent and licensing organization for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. WARF’s mission is to support, aid and encourage UW–Madison research by protecting its discoveries and licensing them to commercial partners for beneficial use in the real world.