CALS in the News, Nov. 1-5

In the News

UW Arlington Dairy Day Scheduled for Dec. 8
Wisconsin Agriculturist 11/3/2010
Mentioned: Mark Stephenson, Ag and Applied Economics
Mentioned: Dave Combs, Dairy Science

UW-Madison students make “genetic machines” for international competition
UW News Service 11/02/2010
Quoted: Nate Cira: Student, biomedical engineering, biochemistry, microbiology
Mentioned: Mary Sagstetter: Student, microbiology, life sciences communication
Mentioned: Peter Culviner: Student, biochemistry, Chinese

Ag school dean to leave post, return to teaching
The Country Today 11/03/2010 (online subscription required)
Quoted: Molly Jahn, CALS Dean

Bioenergy council formed
The Country Today 11/03/2010 (online subscription required)
Mentioned: Troy Runge, Biological Systems Engineering

Grass-fed products put to the test
The Country Today 11/3/2010 (online subscription required)
Mentioned: Arlington Agricultural Research Station
Quoted: Scott Rankin, Food Science

University of Wisconsin to Build Meat Science Lab
Food Safety News 11/01/2010
Quoted: Dan Schaefer, Animal Science

Soil, Water & Nutrient Management Meetings Slated
Wisconsin Ag Connection 11/02/2010
Mentioned: John Peters, Soil Science

Project: Create Value around grass-fed milk
Agri-View 11/4/2010
Quoted: Scott Rankin, Food Science

Of Interest

UW study details trade-off of growing crops, climate change
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 11/01/2010

UW-Madison scientists find link between agriculture production and climate change
Wisconsin State Journal 11/01/2010

Agriculture Creates Climate Worry
United Press International 11/1/2010

Expanding croplands chipping away at world’s carbon stocks
Eureka Alert 11/1/2010

Senate Ag Leader Blanche Lincoln Loses Re-Election Bid
Wisconsin Ag Connection 11/03/2010

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