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  • Posted on May 14, 2018
    Forgotten Molecules

    On a rainy day last fall, chemist Scott Wildman left his office on the UW– Madison campus and drove to a retirement community on the […]

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    Give | A Half-century of the PBPG Program

    The Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics (PBPG) program is marking an impressive milestone this year. In June, faculty, staff, students, and alumni will gather for […]

  • Posted on March 4, 2016
    A Jolt to the System

    For CALS geneticist Barry Ganetzky, insight into the genetic underpinnings of traumatic brain injury began by knocking out fruit flies.

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    For the Birds

    A new version of the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas draws on the increasing power
    of citizen science

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    Age-Old Traditions, New Media

    Life sciences communication professor Patty Loew fosters intercultural learning with workshops that help tribal teens tell their stories in a digital world.

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    Keeping Us Safe

    For 70 years, the Food Research Institute has been illuminating and helping eradicate a host of food-borne illnesses

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    Milk, Motherhood and the Dairy Cow

    A cost-saving technology allows farmers to better synchronize when cows are in heat

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    Bees and Beyond

    CALS researchers Claudio Gratton and Christina Locke are providing science-based information and structure to the process as a broad group of stakeholders and citizens create Wisconsin’s first Pollinator Protection Plan.

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    A New Tool to Fight Cancer?

    Biochemist Ron Raines and colleagues are developing an enzyme that identifies and destroys cancer cells

  • Posted on November 3, 2015
    The Future, Unzipped

    Biochemist John Ralph and his colleagues have pioneered a technology that could revolutionize how industry produces biofuels and other value-added goods

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    Bitten

    When it comes to mosquitoes, nobody wants to be attractive

  • Posted on June 9, 2015
    Stealth Entry

    A novel method for replacing defective proteins offers a new way to treat diseases