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  • Posted on January 8, 2019
    Blue Sky Science: How do animals evolve and get new traits?

    How do animals evolve and get new traits? In this episode of Blue Sky Science, Zachary Cohen, a graduate student in entomology, answers that question posed by Vihaan Venkatesh. Blue Sky […]

  • Posted on December 17, 2018
    Blue Sky Science: How long does it take a GMO product to grow?

    How long does it take a GMO product to grow? In this episode of Blue Sky Science, Joe Lauer, a professor of agronomy and Extension corn agronomist, answers that […]

  • Posted on November 12, 2018
    Blue Sky Science: How do seedless plants start?

    The Blue Sky Science video series was a collaboration of the Wisconsin State Journal and the Morgridge Institute for Research. They took questions posed by visitors to the […]

  • Posted on October 1, 2018
    Blue Sky Science: What and where is the Yahara watershed?

    What and where is the Yahara watershed? In this episode of Blue Sky Science, agronomy professor Chris Kucharik answered that question posed by Jackson Sauer. Blue Sky Science was […]

  • Posted on August 29, 2018
    Blue Sky Science: Why do hissing cockroaches hiss?

    In this episode of Blue Sky Science, PJ Liesch, director of the Insect Diagnostic Lab, answers Erin Clawson’s question, “Why do hissing cockroaches hiss?” The Blue Sky Science […]

  • 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 June 19, 2018
    Blue Sky Science: How is spider silk made?

    In this episode of Blue Sky Science, Marie Thompson asks, “How is spider silk made?” Entomology’s P.J. Liesch, director of the UW Insect Diagnostic Lab, answers her question. […]

  • 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 February 13, 2018
    Rich Hartel makes gummy bears for Blue Sky Science

    How are gummy bears made? In this episode of Blue Sky Science, food science professor Rich Hartel, who runs an annual “Candy School” for confectionery professionals, answered […]