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CALS In the News for the Week of July 2 – July 8

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Evidence grows of poverty’s toll on young brains 

Post-Crescent, 7/6
Mentioned:  UW-Madison Applied Population Lab

Evidence grows of poverty’s toll on young brains 
Sheboygan Press, 7/6
Mentioned:  UW-Madison Applied Population Lab

Evidence grows of poverty’s toll on young brains 
Fond Du Lac Reporter, 7/6
Mentioned:  UW-Madison Applied Population Lab

Evidence grows of poverty’s toll on young brains 
Green Bay Press Gazette, 7/6
Mentioned: UW-Madison Applied Population Lab

You Can Thank A Mysterious Yeast Mutation For The Inventions Of Cold Beer
Gizmodo Australia, 7/7
Quoted: Chris Todd Hittinger, Genetics

As Patents Expire, Farmers Plant Generic GMOs 
MIT Technology Review, 7/3
Quoted: Jack Kloppenburg, Emeritus, Community and Environmental Sociology

Beverages You Should Never Drink Past Their Expiration Date
Men’s Health, 7/5
Quoted: Kathleen Glass, Food Microbiology and Toxicology

Ride to Farm helps new farmers
Agri-View, 7/5
Mentioned: Jeremy Seibel, deceased alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course
Mentioned: Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems
Mentioned: Farm and Industry Short Course

Likely final Sheep Day will celebrate accomplishments
Spooner Advocate, 7/5
Mentioned: Dave Thomas, Animal Sciences
Mentioned: Claire Sandrock, Alumna, Animal Sciences
Mentioned: Philip Holman, Agricultural Research Stations
Mentioned: Yves Berger, Spooner Research Station
Mentioned: Robert Brand, Emeritus, Plant Pathology
Mentioned: Richard Vatthauer, Emeritus, Animal Sciences
Mentioned: Sherwood Lane, Animal Sciences
Mentioned: Alexa Roscizewski, Undergraduate, Animal Sciences

Study Shows Trees With Altered Lignin Are Better For Biofuels
Science 2.0, 7/2
Quoted: John Ralph, Biochemistry

For Wisconsin’s Consumers, ‘Local’ Food Means Produce Within The State
WisContext, 7/6
Mentioned: Bret Shaw, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Laura Witzling, Life Sciences Communication

London Zoo: Studying concussions using fruit flies

Arizona Daily Sun, 7/4
Mentioned: UW Madison Department of Genetics

Summer Weather Could Bring Higher Milk Prices To Wisconsin
Wisconsin Public Radio, 7/1
Quoted: Robert Cropp, Emeritus, Agricultural ad Applied Economics

Milk, motherhood and the dairy cow
Wisconsin State Farmer, 7/5
Quoted: Paul Fricke, Dairy Science
Quoted: Kent Weigel, Chair, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Milo Wiltbank, Dairy Science

Tech and Biotech: bluDiagnotics wins West Coast contest; gener9tor heads north; Silatronix lands funding
Bloomberg, 7/1
Quoted: Sarah Katherine Brenner, Biochemistry

Tech and Biotech: bluDiagnotics wins West Coast contest; gener9tor heads north; Silatronix lands funding
Wisconsin State Journal, 7/1
Quoted: Sarah Katherine Brenner, Biochemistry

Mission creates, reinforces Wisconsin-Mexico ties
Agri-View, 7/7
Mentioned: Matt Akins, Dairy Science

Forage Field Day July 14th 
Agri-View, 7/2
Mentioned: David Combs, Dairy Science

Five Things to Know About the Future of Ag
Spudman, 7/4
Mentioned: Deana Knuteson, Horticulture
Mentioned: Mimi Broeske, Horticulture
Mentioned: Jeffery Wyman, Emeritus, Entomology

 

Of Interest:

Bayer, DuPont bet $15 million that ag tech is ready to bloom
GreenBiz, 7/7

Pope Francis Meets Parents of Beau Soloman, U.S. Student Killed in Rome
New York Times, 7/6

Thousands Expected at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days in Lake Geneva
Wisconsin State Journal, 7/4

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