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The BioTrek archives include previous articles about BioTrek in the news, as well as essays, presentations, and former team members. Please use the links below to select what you would like to view.
BIOTREK IN THE NEWS
“Science to the People,” September 17, 2014
“John Muir science night brings out DNA, ‘silly slime,’” March 14, 2013
“Evansville Science Club offers hands-on learning,” April 16, 2013
“MAILBAG: Science and Math Event a Success,” April 1, 2013
“Discovery!Thursdays Bring UW-Madison Scientists to Public Libraries,” April 19, 2011
“Science Constellation Concept Unites Campus Facilities,”December 23, 2010
Adams County Times and Friendship Reporter, May 10, 2004
Christian Science Monitor, July 30, 2003
“Farm Classroom,” a Wisconsin State Farmer Clipping about BioTrek at Farm Progress Days, July, 2002.
“Scientific Research Used in Everyday Lives,” a Wisconsin State Farmer Clipping about BioTrek at Farm Progress Days, July, 2002.
In the Beginning Was the Word
Wholesome, Holistic, Holy
The Method of Multiple Working Hypotheses
Use of Bovine Somatropin (BST) In the United States: Its Potential Effects
2001: A Sequence Odyssey