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A mumps outbreak has spread past the Ohio State University campus into the general population of Columbus, Ohio.
Jack Kloppenburg , professor in the Department of Community and Environmental Sociology, Irwin Goldman , chair of the Department of Horticulture, and Claire Luby , graduate student in the UW's Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics program, fill envelopes with non-patented seeds in the Horticulture office in Moore Hall at the University of ... (more)
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Fighting the Monsanto-led global transformation of seeds into private, profit-making, patent-encased intellectual property, scientists and sustainable food advocates at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have launched an Open Source Seeds Initiative to return vegetables to all of us.
University health officials are warning students about a rise in confirmed cases of mumps at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
For Earth Day, gardeners can help ensure vegetable, fruit and grain seeds remain available to everyone by ordering a set of open-source seeds from the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
MADISON -- University health officials are warning students about a rise in confirmed cases of mumps at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Anderson has more than 18 years of experience in manufacturing, plant management and engineering.
Brett Hulsey's entry into the Governor's race could shake up the Democratic field.
Janis Anderson, originally from South Milwaukee, was recognized by the University of Wisconsin - Division of University Housing on April 16, 2014 with the ROSE Award.
Promoting research using a feminist lens to approach biology, University of Wisconsin will be home to the nation's first post-doctorate program in feminist biology this fall after a donation.
Linguists aren't often called upon to solve crimes, but when a child was abducted in Illinois more than a decade ago, a handwritten ransom note was all police had to go on.
Two University of Wisconsin-Madison professors are attempting to give their students a piece of the American dream.
Anna Hermsen, 20, receives a mumps, measles and rubella vaccination shot from nurse Jan Bush on April 27, 2006 in Iowa City, Iowa.
Students receiving this academic honor in the College of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture and the College of Liberal Arts and Education must achieve a 3.75 GPA, and students in the College of Engineering, Math and Science must earn a 3.5 GPA.