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CALS in the News, May 17-22

News of interest to CALS faculty and staff…

Bicyclists Pedal For Pledges to Support Beginning Dairy and Livestock Farmers
Agri-View (5/15/08)
Quoted: Dick Cates, Soil Science, Wisconsin School for Beginning Dairy Farmers

The Christian Science Monitor (5/20/08)
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication
How safe are nanoparticles?

Challenges to UW-Madison’s place in tech economy confront new chancellor
Wisconsin Technology Network
By: Tom Still, Life Sciences Communication

UW Alum Brings Awareness To World Hunger; Chenoweth Inspires UW Students
Channel 3000 (5/21/08)
Quoted: Florence Chenowith, Agricultural and Applied Economics Alum

UW Researchers Challenged By Scarcity Of Funding; Fewer NIH Grants Is Impeding New Developments
Channel 3000 (5/21/08)
Quoted: Jo Handelsman, Bacteriology

Nobel Laureate Establishes UW-Madison Symposium To Inspire Young Scientists
UW-Madison CALS Communications via University Communications News Release (5/21/08)
Quoted: Oliver Smithies, (former UW-Madison professor of genetics)
Quoted: Fred Blattner, Genetics

AT THE SYNAPSE: GENE MAY SHED LIGHT ON NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS
UW-Madison University Communications News Release (5/22/08)
Quoted: Kate O’Conner-Giles, Genetics

Topics of Interest

UW is No. 2 in car competition;Re-designing vehicle for improved fuel economy is the goal
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (5/21/08)

UW-Madison’s newest residential community focuses on entrepreneurial living
The Capital Times (5/21/08)

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