• Posted on November 3, 2015
    Catch Up With … Shannon Strader BS’14 Biology

    Shannon Strader BS’14 is no stranger to pain. At age 8 she lost her twin sister, Lauryn, to complications arising from cerebral palsy. Strader herself […]

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    When it comes to mosquitoes, nobody wants to be attractive

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    Going for the Gut

    A CALS-based start-up offers an antibiotic alternative to animal producers

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    Middle East: Improving water policy in an arid region

    Political conflict in the Middle East is a constant source of media attention, but Samer Alatout, a CALS professor of community and environmental sociology, focuses […]

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    A Light, Airy Space for Soil Science

    “Soil is the hidden, secret friend, which is the root domain of lively darkness and silence.” —Francis D. Hole (d. 2002), CALS professor of soil […]

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    Moth Mating, Disrupted

    CALS researchers deploy insect “birth control” to protect cranberries