A Framework That Makes the Farm Work

Wisconsinite sheep did not have a good year in 2019. Farmers’ losses made the headlines — “ lost in Wood County,” “dozens of sheep slaughtered by wolves.” These deaths were most, if not all, of these farmers’ livestock. While the United States Department of Agriculture compensated these farmers for their losses because grey wolves
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Berkeley Science Review Issue 38 is Out Now!

The Spring 2020 Berkeley Science Review is available now! Our dedicated team of authors, editors and designers have put together a wonderful issue, including articles on carbon flow, artificial intelligence, Egyptian coffins, toxic animals, and more! You can also check out the new Flipbook feature, where you can flip through the pages of the magazine
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Growth mindset: crafting policy to maximize the potential of GE crops

Genetic engineering is the direct manipulation of the genes of an organism. It has enabled researchers and manufacturers to tap into the existing machinery of living cells both to advance our understanding of basic science and to develop new products, including medicines and foods. Today, scientists program cells to tag their own proteins with fluorescent molecules
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