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  • Posted on November 2, 2023
    Broad Experience, Sharp Focus

      Rosalie Powell BSx’24 has taken full advantage of her college experience, embracing everything that UW has to offer — from coursework and research to […]

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    On the Origin of the Species

      Speciation, the formation of new and distinct species over time, is an abstract concept that can be difficult for younger students to grasp. Multiple […]

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    Focus on Rural and Tribal Wisconsin

      Four projects, including two from CALS, that will support Wisconsin’s rural communities and tribal nations have been selected to receive funding through UW’s Wisconsin […]

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    The Turf Manager’s Apprentices

      Emerging from the tree line onto The Lido golf course is like walking into a different world. Sand stretches over rolling hills where green […]

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    Invasive Species Alter Mendota’s Microbes

      In the fall 2017 issue of Grow, Erik Ness highlighted bacteriologist Katherine (Trina) McMahon and her quest to understand Lake Mendota through its microbial […]

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    The Evolution of the Agricultural Research Stations

      More than 175 years have passed since the founding of the University of Wisconsin, the state’s first public university. Throughout this time, UW has […]

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    Outstanding Young Farmers

      When Kyle and Rachel Zwieg (both FISC’07, ’08) first arrived at the National Outstanding Young Farmers (NOYF) Awards Congress in Appleton, Wisconsin, back in […]

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    Kikkoman Marks 50th Anniversary in U.S. with $3 Million Gift to CALS

      Fifty years ago, Kikkoman Foods opened its first U.S.-based soy sauce production plant in Walworth, Wisconsin, launching the company’s partnership with the state and […]

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  • Posted on July 7, 2023
    Can Farms Pull Carbon from Sky to Soil?

      In fall 2022, right after Midwestern farmers had gathered the last crops of the season, a team of CALS agronomy researchers hurried into the […]

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    Representative Science

      Judith Simcox can trace the course of her research career all the way back to high school. Her class was given an assignment to […]

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    Viral Copy Machine Revealed

      RNA viruses, such as the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, jump into a life-and-death race the moment they infect a cell. These viruses have only […]