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6:00 am
Predicting Fiber Digestion in Dairy Cattle
David Combs, Professor, Department of Dairy Science, UW-Madison, explains the importance of the fiber digestibility of foraged plants as feed for cattle and sheep.
7:08 am
Making Radiation-Resistant E. Coli Bacteria
Michael Cox, Professor, Department of Biochemistry, UW-Madison, explains how to make E. coli resistant ionizing radiation through a process of directed evolution. Cox also discusses his research into genetic repair, or recombination, of DNA.
7:47 am
Thomas Carlyle On Heroes In Service of the Truth
Booth Fowler, Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, UW-Madison, channels Thomas Carlyle. Fowler discusses Carlyle's 19th Century philosophy of truth. Fowler, as Carlyle, discusses the qualities that a hero must embrace.
9:00 am
Paris Side-Trips
Versailles, Europe's palace of palaces, Chartres cathedral and exquisite Vaux le Vicomte are visited.
9:30 am
Germany's Black Forest and Cologne
Explore a classy mineral spa, a fancy casino and Germany's most romantic forest.
10:00 am
Hosted by auto expert John Davis, "MorotWeek" features in-depth Road Tests which look at factors that matter most to consumers -- performance, fuel efficiency, technology, practicality and value.