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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.
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.
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.
Versailles, Europe's palace of palaces, Chartres cathedral and exquisite Vaux le Vicomte are visited.
Germany's Black Forest and Cologne
Explore a classy mineral spa, a fancy casino and Germany's most romantic forest.
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.