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  • Doug Reinemann on the Radio

    Yesterday, Doug Reinemann went on “The Morning Show” with Carrie Kaufman on The Ideas Network to discuss what stray voltage is and how it affects farmers. A jury recently awarded a Wisconsin farmer more than $13 …

  • BSE Helping Streamline Mint Oil Production

    As you drive around a steel building at the West Madison Agricultural Research Station on Mineral Point Road, your nose informs you before your eyes do that you’ve found the outdoor laboratory of Scott Sanford, …

  • BSE Women’s Shop Nights!

    Join us for the 2018-2019 Biological Systems Engineering Women’s Shop Nights. No experience is necessary! Last year’s shop night went great, and we made some fantastic projects and learned quite a bit. At shop nights you …

  • Milking Machines: The First 100 Years, from Buckets to Robot by Doug Reinemann

    On July 18, BSE Professor and CALS Associate Dean Doug Reinemann gave a presentation at Wednesday Nite at the Lab (WN@TL) at the UW Biotechnology Center. He provided a brief history of the development of …

  • Arlington ARS hosts ag injury education event for emergency and trauma health providers

    On June 27 at Arlington Agricultural Research Station, around 200 health professionals received training on agricultural injuries as part of the annual Emergency Care and Trauma Symposium sponsored by UW Health and UW Med Flight. Participants …

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