• Dean Announces $1 Million Water Quality Initiative

    Dean Announces $1 Million Water Quality Initiative

    LONDON, Ohio – Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) announced a wide-ranging water quality initiative today at the Farm Science Review.

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  • New Ohio State Class Focuses on How Horses Can Be Used in Therapeutic Settings

    New Ohio State Class Focuses on How Horses Can Be Used in Therapeutic Settings

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A native of Detroit, Anikka Smith didn’t have any experience with horses before she landed an internship with Delaware County’s Equi-Valent Riding Center last year. But the animal sciences major at Ohio State University always felt an affinity for animals, and horses were no exception.

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  • Ohio State Research: Fat in Avocado Helps Body Absorb, Convert Vitamin A Nutrients

    Ohio State Research: Fat in Avocado Helps Body Absorb, Convert Vitamin A Nutrients

    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The type of fat in avocados not only helps the body absorb carotenoids such as beta-carotene, but it also helps convert them to vitamin A -- a vital function that could reduce severe vitamin A deficiencies in the developing world.

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  • From Food Processing to the Ocean Depths

    From Food Processing to the Ocean Depths

    Ohio State food lab enters global competition to measure ocean acidification

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