CALS in the news (June 11-21, 2007)

Curiosities: Worms come out to breathe after heavy rains – Wisconsin State Journal
(Source: Teri Balser, Soils)

Beware the wild parsnip; it will burn you – Sioux City Journal
(quotes Jed Colquhoun, Horticulture)

Above and beyond in architectural design – Wisconsin State Journal
(article on architects who designed the new Microbial Sciences Building)

Loew: Wilson championed women’s athletics – Wisconsin State Journal
(editorial by Patty Loew, Life Sciences Communication)

Recent sightings: Have your jewelry and eat it too – University Communications
(highlights Dietetics and Nutrition Club’s outreach, Nutritional Science)

Despite all the hunters’ grousing, turkeys don’t have grouse on run – Appleton Post Crescent
(quotes Scott Lutz, Wildlife Ecology)

Edwin Traisman, 91, Dies; Helped Create Iconic Foods – New York Times
(obituary for Edwin Traisman, Food Research Institute)

Wisconsin is No. 1 when it comes to sheep’s milk – The Capital Times
(quotes Dave Thomas, Animal Science)

We’re losing birds
– Wisconsin State Journal
(quotes Kevin Ellison, Wildlife Ecology)

Above and beyond in architectural design – Wisconsin State Journal
(about the firm that designed CALS campus’s new Microbial Sciences Building)

Payday for NimbleGen – Wisconsin State Journal
(quotes Michael Sussman, Biochemistry & Biotechnology Center)

Biofuel repertoire expanded
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Doyle takes biofuel message east – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Drug giant to acquire NimbleGen – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel