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CALS featured in Wednesday Night at the Lab series

Several upcoming Wednesday Night at the Lab (WN@TL) seminars are featuring CALS presenters:

  • January 20, Plant and People, Carrots and Carotene, Phillip Simon, Professor, Department of Horticulture, USDA
  • February 10, Turfgrass Diseases, Jim Kerns, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Pathology
  • March 24, Dairy Science, Elizabeth French, Research Assistant, Department of Dairy Science
  • March 31, Groundwater in Wisconsin, William Bland, Professor, Department of Soil Science
  • April 21, TBD, Dominique Brossard, Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences Communication


Details about the series may be found at the WAA web site:
http://www.uwalumni.com/home/learning/wedniteatthelab/wedniteatthelab.aspx

The WN@TL schedule as it stands for spring includes:

  • -January 13, Why Doesn’t My Electricity Come from the Sun? Future Materials for Harnessing Solar Energy, Mike Arnold, Assistant Professor, Department of Materials Science & Engineering
  • -January 20, Plant and People, Carrots and Carotene, Phillip Simon, Professor, Department of Horticulture, USDA
  • -January 27, TBA
  • -February 3, Global Health, Health and Colonialism, Rick Keller, Associate Professor, Department of Medical History and Bioethics
  • -February 10, Turfgrass Diseases, Jim Kerns, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Pathology
  • -February 17, Geology of China, Joe Mason, Professor, Department of Geography
  • -February 24, Evolutionary Genetics in Mammals, Bret Payseur, Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics
  • -March 3, Biogeochemical Surprises in a Changing Climate, Ankur Desai, Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
  • -March 10, Medical Virology, Lindsey Moser, Research Assistant, Department of Medical Microbiology
  • -March 17, Mosquito-borne Diseases: From the Laboratory to the Jungles of New Guinea, Bruce Christiansen, Professor, Department of Pathobiological Sciences
  • -March 24, Dairy Science, Elizabeth French, Research Assistant, Department of Dairy Science
  • -March 31, Groundwater in Wisconsin, William Bland, Professor, Department of Soil Science
  • -April 7, American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • -April 14, Impacts of Diseases on Field Crops and Food, Paul Esker, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Pathology
  • -April 21, TBD, Dominique Brossard, Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences Communication

All at 7 pm, 1111 Genetics/Biotechnology Center, 425 Henry Mall
WN@TL is organized by the Wisconsin Alumni Association, Science Alliance @ UW-Madison, and by BioTrek, the outreach program of the Biotechnology Center at UW-Madison/Extension.

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