In the classroom, Bruce Allison delivers the tools of the trade—and a message about our connection with trees. [...more]
ON THE COVER
A beetle’s newfound abilities remind us that life is always adapting to overcome our best strategies. How the eternal struggle for survival changes the way we farm.
Wine is booming in the land of beer and cheese. Growers are hoping that CALS research on Wisconsin-friendly grapes can help uncork the industry's potential. [...more]
Dean speaks on personal opportunities, next step
On Henry Mall
Gene sequence may offer new hints for combating plant pathogen.
Student meet with former CALS nobel laureate
New Ag Hall artworks have deep roots.
Iron deficiency may be key to combating fetal alcohol syndrome.
Researchers, farmers hope native bees will fill hole left by disapearing European cousins.
Rain keeps the grass green--even when it's dry.
CALS helps state growers scale up for organic processing.
Researchers come together over tomatoes.
Professor studies power of Internet in Colombian election
Professor teams up with Bangladeshi researchers to create virility measure.
In the classroom, Bruce Allison delivers the tools of the trade—and a message about our connection with trees.
BS'05, Agricultural Business Management
BS'87, Construction Administration
MS'07, Life Sciences Communication
BS'97, Agricultural Journalism and Dairy Science
BS'80, Agricultural Engineering; MS'89, Agricultural Engineeringand Land Resources
MS'80, Water Resources Management; MS'86, Soil Science
Kim began researching bio-hydrogen production 15 years ago through the new and renewable energy research division of the Korea Institute of Energy Research. Now principal scientist for its bioenergy research center, she specializes in bio-hydrogen production from high-moisture content organic ... Read More
MS'93, Agricultural Economics
These chicken eggs don't hatch baby chicks.