Biochemistry Discoveries That Changed the World

Last year, the University of Wisconsin–Madison turned 175. The university has been celebrating this impressive milestone by hosting campus and statewide festivities and by highlighting UW’s most significant scientific advancements and other contributions to society.

From UW’s very early days, the agricultural and life sciences have been at the heart of the institution’s enterprise, and the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is celebrating, too. As part of the celebration, CALS samples notable scientific breakthroughs stemming from the college, including four from the Department of Biochemistry. Read the feature here.