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CALS in the News – Oct. 4-8

The Allocation of Prizes for Best Student Work is Completed
Article not in English – use Google Translate (http://translate.google.com/#) to translate to English
Mentioned: Daniel Gianola, Animal Science

Small-scale regulation may bring big-time troubles for Wisconsin nanotech
WTN News 10/5/10
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele,

Cranberry growers “growing green”
WEAU.com 10/6/10
Quoted: Rebecca Harbut, Horticulture

University work with private companies guided by principles
The Country Today 10/6/10 (online subscription required)
Written by: Molly Jahn, CALS dean
Mentioned: UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Expo contest sets record
The Country Today 10/6/10 (online subscription required)
Mentioned: UW-Madison Food Science Department

Milk prices rise on strengthened exports
The Country Today 10/6/10 (online subscription required)
Quoted: Bob Cropp, Ag & Applied Economics

Sheep sale averages $257
The Country Today 10/6/10 (online subscription required)
Mentioned: UW-Madison Animal Science

USDA grants benefit cranberry growers
Wausau Daily Herald 10/7/10
Quoted: Rebecca Harbut, Horticulture

In Wisconsin, 75 percent of economic benefit of Bt corn goes to farmers who don’t plant it
University of Wisconsin-Madison News 10/7/10
Quoted: Paul Mitchell, Ag & Applied Economics

USDA awards block grants to state cranberry researchers
Wisconsin Ag Connection
Mentioned: Jed Colquhoun, Horticulture
Mentioned: Rebecca Harbut, Horticulture

Feeding strategies on Wisconsin dairy farms being studied
Wisconsin Ag Connection 10/5/10
Mentioned: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Dairy & Food plant wastewater short course planned
Wisconsin Ag Connection 10/4/10
Mentioned: Steve Ingham, Food Science

“Good neighbor” corn fights borers at home, nearby
Salon 10/7/10
Quoted: Paul Mitchell, Ag & Applied Economics

The halo effect of biologically engineered corn
The Examiner 10/7/10
Quoted: Paul Mitchell. Ag & Applied Economics

Genetically modified corn helps protect non-engineered cousins study finds
LA Times 10/7/10
Quoted: Paul Mitchell, Ag & Applied Economics

Study: High-tech corn cuts pest damage far afield
The Associated Press 10/7/10
Quoted: Paul Mitchell, Ag & Applied Economics

Sheep symposium to be Nov. 6
Network Advocate 10/7/10
Mentioned: Spooner Agricultural Research Station

Entomological Society of America names 2010 Insect Science Award winners
Physorg.com 10/7/10
Mentioned: Ken Raffa, Entomolog

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UW-Madison research expenditures top the $1 billion mark
University of Wisconsin – Madison News 10/7/10

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