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CFAES faculty and students receive more than $70,000 for international research
Cichlid Fish" Grant: $3,500 (Uganda) Public Health Preparedness for Infectious Disease Peter ...
Asiatic Garden Beetle Could be Cause for Concern for Northern Ohio Corn
being a minor pest in turf, now appears to be much more damaging to crops than most other grubs, Hammond ...
ESGP Ph.D. Student Selected to Attend Global Food Security Symposium
his colleagues will also address questions to panel experts via Twitter and provide updated commentary ...
USAID’s Global Food Security Program names two CFAES graduate students Borlaug Fellows
2013 to conduct a survey of tomato diseases in the region and to work with local farmers in developing ... Research Support Program (IPM-CRSP) – Testen has studied plant diseases that pose critical threats to ...
Entomology Graduate Student Selected as a Fellow for AIARD’s Future Leaders Forum
disease in organic farming systems under his advisor, Dr. Larry Phelan. Diego, with support from the ...
Ohio State Ranks Near Top on Peace Corps' 2014 Top Schools List
counseling. She also works to prevent malaria by testing community members for the disease and educating them ... vector-borne diseases worldwide. The entire top 25 rankings for each school size category can be viewed at ...
Ohio State iAGRI Graduate Curbing the Devastating Effects of Rice Blast Disease
rice blast in Africa. Rice blast, a disease caused by a fungus Magnaporthe oryzae, produces lesions ...
International Student Blog
growing up. When I was young, I noticed so many diseases existed and insects present in the vegetable ... for the first time that I needed to work with plant diseases and that it should be my profession. Now ... as one of the most serious bacterial diseases of potato in Bangladesh, heavily reduces potato yields ...
DEADLINE: Application for International Affairs Academic Enrichment Grants
Infectious Disease initiative. The research competition will fund between 10 and 15 awards of $3,000 to ...
International Visitor Blog
training at the Infectious Diseases and Molecular Epidemiology Laboratory (IDMEL) at Ohio State’s College ... breeding for biotic and abiotic resistant crops; using Molecular Biology techniques for disease ...