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  • Posted on November 20, 2013
    Final Exam – Fall 2013

    Take this fall’s final exam!

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    In the Field: Alumni from CALS Short Courses

    David Arndt, Farm and Industry Short Course For David Arndt, Farm and Industry Short Course (FISC) is a family affair. His father attended FISC in […]

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    Communicating Science in the Digital Age

    Web-based science news has placed a higher burden on scientists
    to more effectively share their discoveries with the public—
    a challenge that CALS life sciences communicators
    are ready to help them meet.

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    Give: Supporting Food Safety

    When Kikkoman wanted to establish a naturally brewed soy sauce plant in Walworth, Wisconsin—an operation that was to become the world’s largest—the company had a […]

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    An Astonishing World Revealed

    Microbes inhabit our bodies by the trillions, yet how they benefit us mostly remains a mystery. As scientists work with animals to illuminate that complex dynamic, they are excited about the potential microbes may hold for human health.

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    Meat, With a Touch of Fruit

    Protecting organic meats from deadly bacteria calls for developing new antimicrobial
    agents from natural sources

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    Targeting a Killer

    CALS researchers are making important advances in detecting and treating septic shock, which is responsible for more than 200,000 deaths a year.

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    Tasty Solution

    A CALS–medical school partnership leads to better, safer beverages for people who have trouble swallowing.

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    The Power of Pizza

    The pie’s ever-growing popularity has made mozzarella the big cheese in Wisconsin. CALS researchers are helping state cheesemakers feed and grow that demand by developing new varieties for specialized and international markets.

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    Peru: Potato Exchange Benefits Peruvians

    Peru, farmers hedge their bets. Located 12,000 feet above sea level, on the side of an Andean mountain, Puno has a growing season that’s short, cool and prone to frost.