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  • Posted on April 29, 2022
    Listeria’s Archnemesis

      Tu-Anh Huynh spends much of her time tracking tricksters that alter their shape and function to sur- vive in extreme conditions. In other words, […]

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    The Lighter Side of the Lab

      Ed Himelblau PhD’00 leads a double life — and it’s hilarious. As a biology professor at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, […]

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    Potato Industry Invests in Future Harvests

      Back in 2017, Wisconsin’s potato producers made a big commitment to CALS. In January of that year, industry leaders announced their intention to raise […]

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  • Posted on November 8, 2021
    Organically Grown at UW

      Multimedia storyteller Anders Gurda is a graduate of the agroecology program, co-founder of the Organic Grain Resource and Information Network, former director of the […]

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    UW’s Organic Acreage

    Much of UW’s organic agriculture research takes place on 142 acres, most of it certified, located on four agricultural research stations in different parts of […]

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    Of Collaboratives, Wheat, and Wepkings

    The UW Organic Collaborative chose the word “collaborative” very purposefully. The group seeks to leverage the wisdom and innovation of the collective for the greatest […]

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    The Podcasters of CALS

      In the car, at the gym, while folding laundry — people are tuning in to podcasts more than ever before. Since this portable form […]

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    A Master Class on Great Audio

    For more than five decades, Larry Meiller BS’67 MS’68 PhD ’77 has been a mainstay of Wisconsin Public Radio. Each weekday, you’ll hear him chatting […]

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    A Look Back on a Campaign for the Future

      In the fall of 2015, the University of Wisconsin–Madison set its sights on the future — and it set them high. The ambitious goal: […]

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    A Season of ‘New’

    This fall, we’re taking some of the first hopeful steps on the path back to normal. With pandemic measures in place, students and faculty have […]

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    Six Reasons Why Life Might Exist on Venus

      The ingredients for life are adrift in the Venusian clouds. Life is primarily composed of six chemical elements: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, and […]