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  1. FST student conducts research in Nicaragua

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/fst-student-conducts-research-nicaragua

    Diarrheal Disease Transmission in Developing Countries (PI: Lee)’. ...

  2. Wheat Field Day

    https://greene.osu.edu/events/wheat-field-day

    Breeding Nitrogen and Sulfer Management Disease Identification and Management Determining Minimum Wheat ...

  3. Food for Healing

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/food-healing

    for food, science and medicine to study how the chemistry of food could help prevent disease. "I ...

  4. 4-H Volunteer Quality Assurance Update

    https://greene.osu.edu/events/volunteer-quality-assurance-update

    All volunteers that have QA training will be required to attend to recieve the updates for the ...

  5. Ohio State Researchers: Eating Tomatoes May Protect Against Skin Cancer

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-researchers-eating-tomatoes-may-protect-against-skin-cancer

    risk for skin-related diseases, could provide a significant benefit,” Cooperstone said. “Foods are not ... drugs, but they can possibly over the lifetime of consumption alter the development of certain diseases ...

  6. Candy May Join Fight Against Cancer

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/candy-may-join-fight-against-cancer

    experts think may help prevent illnesses like cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Click here to read more.           ...

  7. March 2017 Highlights

    https://fst.osu.edu/newsletter/food-science-and-technology-news/march-2017-highlights

    Ecology for Mitigation of Antibiotic Resistance and Bacterial Diseases. Experts in medicine, food safety, ...

  8. Precision Ag & Sprayer Tech Workshop

    https://jefferson.osu.edu/events/precision-ag-sprayer-tech-workshop-0

    weed, insect, and disease control. Too little chemical results in poor pest control and reduced yields, ...

  9. 2015 Field Crops Day

    https://greene.osu.edu/events/2015-field-crops-day

    Program includes: •Management of Soil Borne Diseases in Ohio •Results of Nine Year P and K Fertilization ...

  10. Chow Line: Internal Temperature of 165 F Needed for Chicken to Prevent Foodborne Illness

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/chow-line-internal-temperature-165-f-needed-chicken-prevent-foodborne-illness

    to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s best to use a food thermometer placed in the ...

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