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CALS in the News: December 8-12, 2008

News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff…


CALS in the News

Religious ‘shun nanotechnology”
BBC 12/08/2008
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele, Life Science Communications

Policing the intersection of Nanotachnology and culture
ars technical 12/08/08
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele, Life Science Communications

Attitudes about nanotechnology vary according to religious and cultural differences
U.S. News 12/09/08
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele: Life Sciences Communications

Butter vs. Margarine: Which is better for you in baking?
Los Angeles Time 12/08/2008
Quoted: Richard Hartel, Food Science

Energy conference in Madison this week
Wisconsin State Journal 12/10/08
Mentioned: T. Randall Fortenbery, Director of the Renk Agribusiness Institute at UW-Madison

Poll: Boaters and anglers taking steps to prevent spread of invasive species
University of Wisconsin Madison News 12/09/08
Quoted: Brett Shaw, Life Sciences Communications

UW dairy experts going on the road
Country Today 12/11/2008 (subscription) Pg 4B
Mentioned: Victor Cabrera, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Brian Holmes, Biological Systems Engineering

Dairy farmers’ marketing options dwindling
Country Today 12/11/2008 (subscription) Pg 6C
Mentioned: Robert Cropp, Ag & Applied Economics (emeritus)

Milk price hits lowest mark in several months
Country Today 12/11/2008 (subscription) Pg 7C
Quoted: Robert Cropp, Ag & Applied Economics (emeritus)

Softer demand drawing attention to cash markets
Country Today 12/11/2008 (subscription) Pg 3C
Quoted: Robert Cropp, Ag & Applied Economics (emeritus)

Barn makeovers: Where the rubber meets the cow
Country Today 12/11/2008 (subscription) Pg 7C
Quoted: Brian Holmes, Biological Systems Engineering

Land rental rates bid to new levels
Country Today 12/11/2008 (subscription) Pg 1
Quoted: Randy Fortenbery, Ag & Applied Economics

WPA Making Plans For Annual Business Conference
Agri-View 12/11/2008
Mentioned: Tom Crenshaw, Animal sciences

Town of Arena Voices Featured in Cates’ News Book
Agri-View 12/11/2008
Quoted: Dick Cates, UW School for Begining Dairy and Livestock Farmers

Badger Kick-Off Classic Results
Agri-View 12/11/2008
Mentioned: UW-Madison Saddle & Sirloin Club

Liberty Link Soybeans Fit in the Rotation
Agri-View 12/11/2008
Quoted: Chris Boerboom, Agronomy

Topics of Interests

Combine vs. black bear: Farmer plans to get full body mount of 700-pound animal
Country Today 12/11/2008

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