Posted on June 14, 2012
Treat chickens, not humans. That’s the approach Amin Fadl is taking in developing a vaccine that could halt the deadly foodborne pathogen at its source.
Posted on June 5, 2012
CALS for the Ages
Retired professors band together to teach and preserve CALS history
Posted on June 2, 2012
Cranes in the Crosshairs
Rising numbers of sandhill cranes may make them a tempting target, but hunting could hurt the species’ genetic diversity
Posted on October 18, 2011
A new birdsong app identifies feathered friends by their tweets
Posted on June 20, 2011
The Grow Dozen: Alumni who are working globally to improve our world
John Bowman MS’80 Plant Pathology Bowman has nearly 30 years’ experience designing, implementing and managing agricultural development projects in more than 30 countries. Much of […]
Posted on February 15, 2011
Cows, Up Close and Personal
Special funding allows students more hands-on learning about animals
Posted on November 19, 2010
The New Masters
Meat crafter program promotes artisanship in meat.
Posted on July 21, 2010
Russia: Sausage Makers Find Spice in New Business
Bringing jerky to Russian sausage houses.
Fish are good for you—except when they’re bad. How a legacy of environmental contamination continues to haunt one of our healthiest foods, and what we can do to fix it.
The earliest signs of illness and disease show up in your body’s metabolites. Now scientists are figuring out how to track these molecules—and they’re changing medicine in the process.
Posted on November 4, 2009
Bangladesh: Breeding Bulls Can’t Take the Heat
Professor teams up with Bangladeshi researchers to create virility measure.
Posted on October 23, 2008
How to get a cow pregnant
A natural process made sophisticated.
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