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Animal and Avian Sciences

Senior Lecturer Charlie Apter shows students mozzarella

Popular Class Urges ‘Eating With Eyes Wide Open’

Students Analyze Impact of Culinary Choices While Sampling Fare From Food-making Demonstrations

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Student with lamb and ewe

Shepherding in a Flock of Campus Cuteness

Watch Terps Tend to Newborn Sheep in ‘Lamb Watch’ Animal Science Course

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Typha growing in Nigeria

Making a Weed Meet Vital Needs

Agriculture Researcher, African Residents Collaborate to Turn Wetland Cattails Into Livestock Feed, Cooking Fuel

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Student holds lamb

Lamb Lessons

Students in Popular Animal Science Course Help Baby Sheep Spring to Life on Campus Farm

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Horse racing

Fast and Fearless

UMD-bred Horse Gallops to Early Success at the Racetrack

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"Does It Fart?" cover art

A Whiff of a Bestseller?

New Book Introduces Kids to Animal Science—Through Flatulence

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Test tube image

“We Are Not Ready”

UMD Scientist Explains Global Backlash Against Researcher Who Edited Baby Genes

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Baby and grandmother

Unwelcome Inheritance

NIH Awards $1.6M Grant to Benefit Diabetes Prevention, Animal Health

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