Posted on July 25, 2018
Blue Sky Science: Do trees get viruses?
Do trees get viruses? Brian Hudelson, director of the Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic, answers that question in this episode of Blue Sky Science. The Blue […]
Posted on May 24, 2018
Blue Sky Science: Do plants produce nectar every day?
Do plants produce nectar every day? In this episode of Blue Sky Science, Johanne Brunet, professor of entomology answers that question posed by Arlene Koziol, a volunteer with the […]
Posted on March 20, 2018
Blue Sky Science: Is it possible to bring back extinct animals?
In this episode, Stanley Temple answers the question, “Is it possible to bring back extinct animals?” Temple is the Beers-Bascom Professor Emertius in Conservation in the […]
Posted on January 26, 2018
Blue Sky Science: How do cows make milk?
The Blue Sky Science video series is a collaboration of the Wisconsin State Journal and the Morgridge Institute for Research. They take questions posed by visitors to the […]
Posted on March 17, 2017
Enormous swarms of midges teach about interconnected landscapes
Swarms of midges rise out of a lake in northern Iceland in such enormous numbers every spring and summer that they can impair breathing and […]
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Posted on March 14, 2017
Study quantifies role of ‘legacy phosphorus’ in reduced water quality
For decades, phosphorous has accumulated in Wisconsin soils. Though farmers have taken steps to reduce the quantity of the agricultural nutrient applied to and running […]
New book continues rich legacy of UW-Madison soil research
At a March 16 event, Alfred Hartemink, a University of Wisconsin–Madison professor and chair of soil science, and Jim Bockheim, a UW–Madison professor emeritus of […]
- Posted on March 13, 2017
Posted on March 10, 2017
Food sovereignty events explore indigenous cuisine
The first Food Sovereignty Symposium and Festival in Madison will be March 10 to 12. It focuses on indigenous communities and food sovereignty topics that […]
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