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Opening Ceremony

Kohl Center, 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Friday May 20, 2011

Awards Ceremony

Kohl Center, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Saturday May 21, 2011

Tournament Highlights

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In 1890, UW-Madison agricultural chemist Stephen Babcock developed a way to measure milk to determine the quality and ensure proper compensation to farmers and standardize the dairy industry.

Mass Production of Penicillin

During World War II countless lives were saved through the use of the antibiotic penicillin, a natur...


Students carefully wind the rubber band motor for their entry into the Wright Stuff event at the 2010 Wisconsin State Science Olympiad Tournament hosted at UW-Madison.
In 1981, UW-Madison computer scientist Lawrence Landweber helped launch a network of computer networks called CSNet aimed at connecting computer researchers.

Mass Production of Penicillin

During World War II countless lives were saved through the use of the antibiotic penicillin, a natural product of a mold. However, the drug became widely available only after a method was developed to mass-produce it from a selected and genetically altered strain of the mold. University of Wisconsin bacteriologist Kenneth B. Raper isolated a productive organism, botanist John F. Stauffer genetically modified it, and biochemists William H. Peterson and Marvin Johnson developed submerged fermentation techniques to produce penicillin in quantity. The early wholesale cost of 100,000 units dropped from twenty dollars to three cents by the end of the war.


June 16, 2011 - Awards Photos Posted
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May 24, 2011 - Opening and Awards Ceremonies
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Tournament Updates

Update for Flying Bird
All teams planning to participate with the "flying bird" event should report half way through the co more...
Update for Battery Buggy

As we will be in a gymnasium like setting, there will be no established lane width. There will b more...

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