CALS in the news

News stories about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff

COULEE CONSUMER: Energy in a can claims probably too good to be true? – Holmen Courier
(quotes Sue Nitzke, nutritional sciences)

U.S. lab is good fit for Dane County – Wisconsin State Journal editorial

Beautiful Lilacs Tell a Tale About Climate – NPR
(quotes Karen Delahaut, horticulture & entomology))
Plant pathologist champions women in science and academia – Univ. Communications
(features Jo Handelsman, plant pathology)

Wisconsin’s rural life inspires a classical composition – Univ. Communications
(features Michael Bell, rural sociology)

New technique dissects stem cells’ picky likes, dislikes – Univ. Communications
(features Laura Kiessling, biochemistry)

Resolution Opposes Site For New National Bio Lab – WISC-TV/

UW is Frontrunner for $125 Million Energy Grant – WKOW

UW is finalist for biofuel grant – Wisconsin State Journal

Food science students get taste of big leagues with Miller Park internship – CALS Communications

CALS professors Sean Carroll and Laura Kiessling elected to National Academy of Sciences – CALS Communications

WisBusiness: Badgers hit Boston for BIO 2007 conference –

Jamie Thomson to run California research lab – Wisconsin Technology Network

States vie to host deadly disease research lab – Associated Press (in Milw. Journal-Sentinel)

Funding not enough to keep best TAs, school says – Wisconsin Public Radio