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  • Posted on June 20, 2017
    Iceland: “Interwoven tapestry” of lakes and land

    Swarms of midges rise out of a lake in northern Iceland in such enormous numbers every spring and summer that they can impair breathing and […]

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    The “Icing” on the DNA

    Xuehua Zhong uses plants to study epigenetics, an exciting new field that is broadening our understanding of how some traits might be passed down from one generation to the next.

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    Democratic Republic of the Congo: Unintended Consequences

    For Dominic Parker, a professor of agricultural and applied economics, a research foray into mining practices in Africa dug up some unexpected findings. Parker wanted […]

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    Experts in “Smart Energy”

    A new one-year master’s degree at CALS fills a needed niche helping companies with energy analysis and conservation

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    A Tale of Two Cheeses

    How the Center for Dairy Research helped Wisconsin makers of vastly different cheeses improve production and quality—and bring home top honors in international competitions.

  • Posted on June 12, 2017
    Passing the Torch

    Grow editor Joan Fischer reflects on her time at CALS.