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Research serendipity

Denise Ney explains how she her research related to developing new foods to help people with PKU, led to the discovery that the protein could also be used to assist in weight control and promotion of strong bones in women.

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Corn flowering managed

Shawn Kaeppler, Professor Department of Agronomy UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences smkaeppl@facstaff.wisc.edu (608) 262-9571 3:00 – Total Time 0:11 – Why change the corn flowering date 0:24 – Using genetic analysis to manipulate gene 0:43 – Why use the flowering gene 1:15 – Flowering Time gene patent submitted 1:43 – Patenting process 2:08 […]

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