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CALS in the News— — January 7-11, 2008

News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff

Nurture Success
Wisconsin Agriculturist (1/08)
Quoted: Mike Peters, Dairy Science
Quoted: Nathan Paiser, Sandy Trowers, Dairy Science
(page 1)

Calf Raisers Put Focus on Cleanliness
Wisconsin Agriculturist (1/08)
Quoted: Nathan Paiser, Sandy Trower, Dairy Science
(page 7)

High Forage Price Hikes Milk Cost
Wisconsin Agriculturist (1/08)
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural Economics
(page 39)

PKU Trials
Wisconsin Public Television (In Wisconsin) (1/03/08)
Quoted: Denise Ney, Nutritional Sciences
Quoted: Mark Etzel, Food Science
Quoted: Kathryn Nelson, Dairy Science
#2 (about halfway down the page, PKU Trials video link)

What does natural really mean? As Americans hunger for healthier food, new efforts to define the term turn messy
The Chicago Tribune (1/06/08)
Quoted: Kathy Glass, Food Microbiology and Toxicology

How old is too old to father a child? Dad’s age links strongly to problems in offspring, including autism, schizophrenia and cancer
The Daily Herald (Chicago) (1/07/08)
Quoted: James Crow, Genetics

ENVIRONMENTAL ART EXHIBITION FORGED BY ARTISTS, EDUCATORS, RESEARCHERS
CALS News via UW-Madison University Communications (News Release) (1/07/08)
Mentioned: David Mladenoff, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

‘Enormous potential’ for Madison cancer-fighting firm
The Capital Times (1/08/08)
Mentioned: Hector DeLuca, Biochemistry

Cancer drug test gets aid
Wisconsin State Journal (1/08/08)
Mentioned: Hector DeLuca, Biochemistry
Quoted: Tom Still, Life Sciences Communication, Wisconsin Technology Network

WITH GRANOLA, TIE-DYE IS OPTIONAL
The Capital Times (1/08/08)
By: Rich Hartel, Food Science

Are Technology Startups Nearing ‘critical Mass’? Local Business Cellectar Gets Funds It Needs To Start Drug Trials
The Capital Times (1/08/08)
Mentioned: Hector DeLuca, Biochemistry

Dean moves UW-Madison CALS forward
The Country Today (1/09/08)
Quoted: Molly Jahn, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Dean
Mentioned: Ted Halbach, Dairy Science
(subscription required) (page 4A)

Milk prices set record average in ’07
The Country Today (1/09/08)
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural and Applied Economics
(subscription required) 6B

Ag outlook forum set at UW-Madison
The Country Today (1/09/08)
Mentioned: Bob Cropp, Bruce Jones, Patrick Luby, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Mentioned: Jill Harrison, Rural Sociology
Mentioned: Alan Turnquist, Center for Integrated Agricultural Studies
Mentioned: Patrick Walsh, Biological Systems Engineering
(subscription required) 6B

Strip tillage leads Corn/Soy EXPO program
The Country Today (1/09/08)
Mentioned: Dick Wolkowski, Soil Science
www.thecountrytoday (subscription required) 5A

KIDS IN THE LAB: YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP GETS HIGH-SCHOOLERS HOOKED ON SCIENCE
CALS News via UW-Madison University Communications (News Release) (1/09/08)
Quoted: Brian Fox, Biochemistry
Quoted: Que Lan, Entomology

ART TAKES ON GLOBAL WARMING
Wisconsin State Journal (1/10/07)
Mentioned: David Mladenoff, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

KNIGHT HOLLOW CLONES PLANTS; MIDDLETON NURSERY SUPPLIES SPECIALTY SHRUBS AND TREES…
Wisconsin State Journal (1/10/08)
Quoted: Brent McCown, Horticulture, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems

News on topics of interest

Spider mites in stressed beans
Wisconsin Agriculturist (1/08)
By: Carla Hargrave, Cooperative Extension
(page 19)

WiCell wants to bank new stem cell lines
Wisconsin Technology Network (1/07/08)
Mentioned: Carl Gulbrandsen, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation
Mentioned: James Thomson, School of Medicine and Public Health

Trophic Solutions signs licensing deal with CryoLife
Wisconsin State Journal (1/08/08)
Quoted: Jonathan McAnulty, School of Veterinary Medicine

California Company Signs Stem Cell Deal with UW Foundation
WKOW Channel 27 News (1/10/08)

Firm says it can get stem cells with no harm to embryos: Mass. company challenges Bush to approve lines
The Boston Globe (1/11/08)
Quoted: R. Alta Charo, Law School, School of Medicine and Public Health

UW patent arm licenses stem cell technology
Business Journal of Milwaukee (1/09/08)

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