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As brushes with wolves rise, wildlife experts weigh whether the best way to preserve wolves could include hunting them.
Extremeophilic microbes have learned how to deal with near-boiling temperatures and other brutal conditions. To microbiologists, that makes them fascinating—and useful. [...more]
Do probiotics really work? A former skeptic weighs in. [...more]
Why FDR's New Deal innovator is worth listening to today.
On Henry Mall
Soils may harbor a surprising prion killer.
Eco-Fruit growers find natural pest control pays off.
A class that's all about the perfect beer.
Chemical process may be an option for turning biomass into fuel.
To restore a former reservoir, CALS scientists battle history in the soil.
Newly completed genome may reveal cold viruses' weaknesses.
More CALS students gain real-world experience through internships.
Breeders are helping Senegalese farmers produce more pink.
Student's vision comes to life in Honduran village.
Why Wisconsin's trees make a difference to trout.
When disease-causing microbes find their way in Wisconsin's water supply, Sharon Long uses the tools of microbiology to spot them-and find their source.
School trains a new generation of dairy and livestock farmers.
Do probiotics really work? A former skeptic weighs in.
The science behind Easter's ubiquitous chicks.
Professor of Horticulture