CALS in the News March 17-21

News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff …

UW-Madison University Communications News Release (3/18/08)
Mentioned: Kenneth Raffa, Entomology

The mighty microbe: Some scientists fear C02-spewing bacteria will speed global warming
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (3/16/08)
Quoted: Teri Balser, Soil Science
Quoted: Chris Kucharik, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Mentioned: Ankur Desai, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Chocolate Eggs Don’t Come From Hen
The Capital Times (3/18/08)
By: Rich Hartel, Food Science

Column: Value of UW goes beyond athletics
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune (3/19/08)

Discovery: Harvest Plus
BBC Radio World Service (Online) (3/19/08)
Interviewed: Sherry Tanumihardjo

Judgment Day: State Cheesemakers Do Well at Largest International Cheese Contest
The Country Today (3/19/08)
Quoted: Mark Johnson, Center for Dairy Research
Quoted: Bob Bradley, Food Science
(page D1) (Subscription Required)

Agribusiness Council Members Get Issue Update
The Country Today (3/19/08)
Quoted: Irwin Goldman, Horticulture; CALS, Associate Dean
Mentioned: Dick Cates, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems, Soil Science
(page 11A) (Subscription Required)

Don’t Get Fleeced Into Thinking There’s Big Money in Sheep
Agri-View (3/20/08)
Quoted: Dave Thomas, Animal Science

Project to Look at Nutrient Stratification in Wisconsin’s Agricultural Soils
Agri-View (3/20/08)
Quoted: Laura Good, Soil Science

Topics of Interest

Seeds of a great new industry taking root
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (3/15/08)
Mentioned: Jamie Thomson, School of Medicine and Public Health
Mentioned: Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

It’s no cult: Wisconsin at the center of stem-cell research world
Wisconsin Technology Network (3/17/08)
By: Tom Still, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Jamie Thomson, School of Medicine and Public Health
Mentioned: Wisconsin Research Alumni Foundation

DATCP, FSA aim to aid beginning farmers
The Country Today (3/19/08)
(page 4A) (Subscription Required)

UW-Madison University Communications News Release (3/20/08)