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  • Posted on November 17, 2007
    MySpace: Caitilyn Allen

    Professor of Plant Pathology

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    A New Wrinkle

    CALS research launches a rival to BoTox.

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    When Your Classroom Is a Cow

    Dairy science students get up-close-and-personal with their studies.

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    Building Green, for Less Green

    Design team plans energy-efficient housing that saves money, too.

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    KnowHow: how to see a protein

    Imagining the inner workings of nearly every cell in your body.

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    A Touch of Grass

    Study finds that cheese from pasture-fed cows tastes like a winner.

  • Posted on November 16, 2007
    The Plot Thickens

    Rain gardens are popular, but researchers are only starting to explain what makes them effective.

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    Microbial Mixer

    CALS’ new microbiology research building is an experiment in collaboration.

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    Growing Together

    YOU HAVE IN YOUR HANDS SOMETHING DIFFERENT. This inaugural issue of Grow is more than just a new magazine for our college. It represents a […]

  • Posted on November 9, 2007
    Ready to Wear… and Eat

    You’ve heard of carat weight, but carrot weight?

  • Posted on October 18, 2007
    Unfolding the Prion Mystery

    To help control the deadly rise of CWD among Wisconsin’s deer herd, Joel Pedersen went hunting for the source of the infection. His studies of the strange protein behind the disease are uncovering surprising answers––and new questions.

  • Posted on October 17, 2007
    Long Journey into Orange

    More than a decade ago, CALS plant breeders set out to build a better pickle. The result is sweet, crunchy––and the color of cantaloupe. Here’s why orange may be the shade of pickles to come.