Transforming manure to energy in America’s Dairyland
Posts Tagged ‘biological systems engineering’
Biological systems engineering professor and UW-Extension specialist Brian Holmes recently spent two weeks in Moldova under the auspices of CNFA, a nonprofit that focuses on rural economic growth in developing countries.
CALS undergrads apply ingenuity to classic Wisconsin pursuits
Sustainable farms need sustainable buildings—and a CALS professor provides an option
Qatar’s reserves of oil and natural gas make it one of the richest countries in the world—except when it comes to water. The desert nation is notably low on water, and what little it has often is salty.
Kendra Allen’s curiosity about science was sparked by an episode about oceanography on the children’s TV show, Arthur. She pursued that interest through an upbringing that involved attending about five different elementary schools on Chicago’s South Side. “Did you ever see Waiting for Superman?” she asks, referring to the documentary about getting into a charter [...]
BS’04 Biological Systems Engineering
BS’03 Biological Systems Engineering, MS’05 Food Science
A CALS partnership helps growers do their work even after serious injury
BS Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering, MS Soil Science