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CALS in the News for the Week of Apr. 16 – Apr. 22, 2016

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New Advances in Antibody Drug Conjugate Development and Complex Cell Line Expression to be Presented by Catalent Experts at Upcoming PEGS Conference in Boston
The Houston Chronicle 4/21/16
Mentioned: Dr. Gregory Bleck, Alumnus, Dairy Science

UW’s Allen Centennial Garden ready for its close-up
Wisconsin State Journal 4/18/16
Quoted: Ben Futa, Horticulture
Mentioned: Elin Meliska, Horticulture

Blue Sky Science: Do plants produce nectar every day?
Wisconsin State Journal 4/18/16
Quoted: Johanne Brunet, Entomology

UW-Madison helps artist prepare for voyage
Wisconsin State Journal 4/17/16
Quoted: Doug Reinemann, Biological Systems Engineering

Fixes come slowly for growing list of impaired lakes and streams
Wisconsin State Journal 4/17/16
Quoted: Ken Genskow, Urban and Regional Planning
Quoted: Eric Booth, Agronomy

Fixes come slowly for growing list of impaired lakes and streams
La Crosse Tribune 4/17/16
Quoted: Ken Genskow, Urban & Regional Planning
Quoted: Eric Booth, Agronomy

Watch An Entomologist Discuss Vegetable Pest Management, Neonicotinoids
WPR 4/21/16
Quoted: Russ Groves, Entomology

‘Here And Now’: Manure Irrigation Debate Arcs Over Wisconsin
WPR 4/18/16
Quoted: Ken Genskow, Urban and Regional Planning

Bulb Lawns Offer Plenty Of Beauty But Can Be Challenging
WPR 4/16/16
Quoted: Benjamin Futa, Horticulture

Report: Health risks associated with spraying manure vary depending on situation
Wisconsin State Journal 4/18/16
Quoted: Rebecca Larson, Biological Systems Engineering

More Farmers Look To Adopt Controversial Manure Irrigation Technique
WPR 4/15/16
Quoted: Rebecca Larson, Biological Systems Engineering

Long-Awaited Report On Manure Spraying Aims To Reduce Risk
WPR 4/15/16
Quoted: Rebecca Larson, Biological Systems Engineering

Spraying manure health risks vary
Agri-View 4/22/16
Quoted: Rebecca Larson, Biological Systems Engineering

Manure Irrigation Workgroup report
Morning Ag Clips 4/17/16
Quoted: Ken Genskoxw, Urban and Regional Planning
Quoted: Becky Larson, Biological Systems Engineering

Photographer’s Crusade to Save a Bumble Bee Leads to Wisconsin
WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio 4/20/16
Quoted: Claudio Gratton, Entomology

Zika unlikely, but not impossible, in Wisconsin this summer
Wisconsin State Journal 4/17/16
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Zika unlikely in Wisconsin this summer
NBC 26 4/18/16
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Zika unlikely to hit Wisconsin this summer
The Chippewa Herald 4/18/16
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Health officials: Zika unlikely in Wisconsin this summer
The Journal Times 4/17/16
Quoted: Susan Paskewitz, Entomology

Young Farmer Focus
Agri-View 4/21/16
Quoted: Bailey Fritsch, Student, Dairy Science

Six factors to consider to give heifers a good cost-effective start
Dairy Herd Management 4/18/16
Quoted: Matt Akins, Dairy Science

Mount Spokane ice crawler may be a unique species, scientists say
The Spokesman-Review 4/10/16
Quoted: Sean Schoville, Entomology

On The Peninsula: Thinking of John Muir in April
Bayfield County Journal 4/21/16
Mentioned: John Muir, Alumnus

Helping Wisconsin potato farmers
Morning Ag Clips 4/20/16
Quoted: Amanda Gevens, Plant Pathology

Helping Wisconsin farmers, one potato at a time
UW News 4/13/16
Quoted: Amanda Gevens, Plant Pathology

Age-old traditions, new media
Morning Ag Clips 4/18/16
Quoted: Patty Loew, Life Sciences Communication

Pfatteicher named American Council on Education Fellow
eCals 4/14/16
Quoted: Sarah Pfatteicher, Associate Dean

CALS horticulturalists help sow seeds of community in northern Wisconsin
eCals 4/14/16
Quoted: Michael Geiger, Graduate Student, Horticulture
Quoted: Sara Patterson, Horticulture

Of Interest

#TheRealUW: A social media movement is forcing UW-Madison to confront its race problems
The Cap Times 4/20/16

Some dairies closing while they still have equity
Visalia Times-Delta 4/20/16

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