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.
Actively engaged in bringing the IT resources of this campus together to achieve service excellence. The CIO Office is working to define shared priorities, align resources to support them, foster a culture of both collaboration and communication within the IT community, and deliver IT services that help us deliver on the Wisconsin Idea. Their web resources include campus IT policy guides as well as security training and guides. The CIO Office has several initiatives to improve the campus research computing infrastructure.
Provides online training classes and certifications for IRB and Effort Reporting including:
- The Basics of Effort Reporting
- Human Subjects Protection
- Good Clinical Practice
- Stem Cell Online Training
- IRB Member Training
A partner of Software Carpentry designed to teach basic concepts, skills, and tools for working more effectively with data. Workshops teach researchers to retrieve, view, manipulate, analyze and store their’s and other’s data in an open, reproducible, and domain-specific way.
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.
A searchable compilation of UW-Madison Research Core equipment, resources, and services for researchers within the biological sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities. This service is maintained by the Office of Campus Research Cores.
A range of free technology training and project support options for registered UW-Madison students. Faculty and staff can also take advantage of STS by coordinating custom technology workshops for their student groups.
The means of providing assurance to sponsors that salaries charged to sponsored projects are reasonable in relation to the work performed, and faculty and staff have met their commitments to sponsored projects.
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.
A platform for easily creating, displaying, sharing, and managing web-based knowledge documents. It is designed to provide constituents within the University of Wisconsin-Madison and other institutions of higher education with a central location for storing and maintaining knowledge.
A full library of self-study software tutorials available anytime, anywhere. Available to UW-Madison Faculty, Staff, and Students at no cost.
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.
Off-campus software training services offered through New Horizons. Courses are available at a discount for UW faculty and staff. Training will be offered online and in-person.
A dashboard of your personalized research administration, compliance, and training information. The PI Portal also provides an on-ramp to necessary electronic tools with direct links to your records and a quick reference guide with essential information about key topics.
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.
Provided by ACI, research computing facilitators serve as the human interface between you and campus research computing resources. They serve as a guide to help you address your computational needs. RCFs may direct you towards ACI-supported resources, resources provided by other entities on campus, or to national resources.
Provides data management plan help, consultations, training and education, and referrals free to UW-Madison faculty, researchers, staff, and graduate students. RDS can help draft a plan to meet NSF and other requirements, review your plans, data workflows, and processes to suggest improvements, or consult on data management.
Supports researchers at UW-Madison who use statistical analysis in their work. They provide a complete research computing environment focused on statistics plus the expert help you need to use it. This includes statistical consultants, training, servers, and data storage.
A volunteer organization whose goal is to make scientists more productive, and their work more reliable, by teaching them basic computing skills. Founded in 1998, it runs short, intensive workshops that cover program design, version control, testing, and task automation.