Skala highlights value of basic research at UW Day in D.C.

Morgridge Institute Investigator Melissa Skala heralded the importance of the federal investment in scientific research during the annual “UW Day” on April 6 in Washington, D.C.

The event serves as an opportunity for the University of Wisconsin-Madison community to meet with Wisconsin’s congressional delegation and advocate for budgets and laws that strengthen higher education and research. Skala, a UW-Madison professor of biomedical engineering, spoke during a livestream presentation with fellow UW-Madison engineer Stephanie Diem, an assistant professor of engineering physics.

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