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Opening Ceremony

Kohl Center, 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Friday May 20, 2011

Awards Ceremony

Kohl Center, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., Saturday May 21, 2011

Tournament Highlights

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Students watch their car race during the Mousetrap Vehicle event at the 2010 Wisconsin State Science Olympiad Tournament hosted at UW-Madison.
UW-Madison geneticist Joshua Lederberg won a Nobel Prize in 1958 after showing how bacteria develop resistance to antibiotics and that the bugs can swap genes-even between species.

First Reliable Test of Milk Quality

A milestone in modern dairying was the development of a simple and accurate measure of the butterfat...

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Students work together during an event at the 2010 Wisconsin State Science Olympiad Tournament hosted at UW-Madison.

First Reliable Test of Milk Quality

A milestone in modern dairying was the development of a simple and accurate measure of the butterfat content of milk. University of Wisconsin biochemist Stephen M. Babcock in 1890 developed the test that made him internationally famous and revolutionized milk production and marketing. The test provided a rational basis of milk evaluation, and prompted better breeding, feeding, and milk production practices. Babcock instructed dairy farmers in the use of the test, which led to the start of the nation's first dairy manufacturing short course.

Announcements

June 16, 2011 - Awards Photos Posted
The awards photos have been posted. Browse through the photos more...
May 24, 2011 - Opening and Awards Ceremonies
Archived videos are now available for both the Opening Ceremony and more...

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Tournament Updates

Update for Flying Bird
All teams planning to participate with the "flying bird" event should report half way through the co more...
Update for Battery Buggy

As we will be in a gymnasium like setting, there will be no established lane width. There will b more...

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