Living closer to nature is the new American Dream, but are we loving nature to death? One CALS lab is showing just how far we’ve pushed the boundaries between us and the wilderness—and what it may cost us. [...more]
ON THE COVER
Overuse of corn has clouded the image of America’s biggest crop. Can genetics help reshape corn’s future?
CALS research hopes to make a difference in world poverty.
On Henry Mall
UW Students get involved in local organic agriculture.
Lab steps in to aid in heparin scare.
In many ways, UW-Madison's new chancellor is coming home.
Altered trees might overcome a major barrier to renewable fuels.
What to do with an unwanted mineral? Grow it.
Research asks why U.S. cheeses don't cut it with Latino customers.
Wisconsin dairy looking to growing market in China
Does the mountain pine beetle spell doom for Canada's forests?
CALS offers Peruvian farmers a chance to play with food.
Professor Dietram Scheufele says scientists often aren't connecting with the public about the value of their work. And that's not good news.
Career paths in the biotech industry are expanding beyond science.
BS’83 PhD’89, Biochemistry
Is there anything that can stop this vivacious pest?
A natural process made sophisticated.
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry