cool science image winner 3

Red-eyed tree frog, an iconic resident of tropical forests in Central and South America.

-Brenen Skalitzky, undergraduate student, Genetics and Genomics

Cool science image contest winner 1

The eyes of a queen conch peer out from an overturned shell in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

-Robert Johnson, assistant professor, Integrative Biology

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Seen for the first time under a microscope, a transparent zebrafish’s T-cells.

-Tanner Robertson, postdoc, Medical Microbiology and Immunology

Duck behavior in their natural habitat.

Cool science image winner 2

Soybeans by researchers at the Wisconsin Crop Innovation Center — the largest public plant-transformation center in the country.

Welcome to Introductory Biology 151/153-152

Introductory Biology is a two-semester, 10-credit sequence for students majoring in or exploring the biological sciences.


The mission of Introductory Biology is to provide students with not only biological knowledge, but the skills to responsibly utilize and integrate that knowledge in new and complex ways in order to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century.


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