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Fermentation science and evolving teacher education

students learn the science of brewing beer from Dr. Brett Taubman
Marie Freeman
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Appalachian State University
students learn the science of brewing beer from Dr. Brett Taubman

This week on The Best of Our Knowledge: we’ll learn about a science degree program offering a unique look at the future of fermentation.
And we’ll hear how one institution in New York state is adapting to proposed changes in teaching standards.

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