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CALS in the News February 11-15

News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff

Economists Provide Outlook on State’s Agriculture
Agri-View (2/7/08)
Quoted: Bruce Jones, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Agricultural and Applied Economics

State Eyes Better Spuds: Gene Bank Stores, Researches 150 Potato Species
The Capital Times (2/8/08)
Quoted: John Bamberg, Horticulture, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Mentioned: David Spooner, Horticulture, USDA Agricultural Research Service

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON; In diatom, scientists find genes that may level engineering hurdle
Law & Health Weekly (2/9/08)
Quoted: Michael Sussman, Biochemistry
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FOR BLASI, CLOUD NINE IS GREEN LIKE A GOLF COURSE
The Capital Times (2/9/08)
Quoted: Jay (Jason) Blasi, Landscape Architecture (Alum, 2000)

Study tries to pin down state black bear population
Appleton Post-Crescent (2/10/08)
Quoted: Tim Van Deelen, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON; Using DNA, scientists hunt for the roots of the modern potato
Pharma Investments, Ventures & Law Weekly (2/11/08)
Quoted: David Spooner, Horticulture
Mentioned: Mercedes Ames Sevillano, Research Assistant, Horticulture
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Topics in the News

WARF suing Intel
Wisconsin State Journal (2/8/08)

Engineers create material to repel liquids
Wisconsin State Journal (2/10/08)

MORE RESEARCH ON SULFA DRUGS; UW WOMAN STUDYING EFFECT ON PEOPLE WITH LYMPHOMA AND LEUKEMIA
Wisconsin State Journal (2/10/08)
Quoted: Lauren Trepanier, Veterinary Medicine
Quoted: Brad Kahl, School of Medicine and Public Health

CONFERENCE LOOKS TO THE FUTURE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK ON CAMPUS
UW Madison University Communications Press Release (2/12/08)

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