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2022
November
16,
2022
| 12:00 PM America/New_York
From tips on how to pickle vegetables to info on foods that can help you sleep, in 60 seconds, Ohio State alum Brittany Towers Lewis is working to bring food science to the masses through a booming social media message....
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November
08,
2022
| 13:21 PM America/New_York
Two weeks of eating a diet heavy in tomatoes increased the diversity of gut microbes and altered gut bacteria toward a more favorable profile in young pigs, researchers found....
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October
10,
2022
| 15:06 PM America/New_York
“Smart surveillance” for viral spillover from animals to humans, targeted preparedness and drug and vaccine research, and worldwide cooperation on surveillance and stopping disease spread are required to reduce deaths and lessen the economic conseque...
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September
20,
2022
| 16:45 PM America/New_York
The 60th annual Farm Science Review opened this morning in London, Ohio, and began with a new multimillion-dollar research collaboration between The Ohio State University and Nationwide....
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August
25,
2022
| 10:05 AM America/New_York
Taking excess carbon out of the atmosphere, where it is driving climate change, and locking it into the soil, where it improves its health and agronomic productivity, is the impetus behind a new five-year, $15 million project at The Ohio State Univer...
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July
14,
2022
| 11:42 AM America/New_York
The high heat and low water conditions produced by global warming weaken pine trees’ resistance to disease by hindering their ability to mount an effective defense at the same time that pathogenic fungi in their tissues become more aggressive, new re...
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June
30,
2022
| 11:03 AM America/New_York
NOAA and its research partners are forecasting that western Lake Erie will experience a smaller than average harmful algal bloom (HAB) this summer, which would make it less severe than 2021 and more akin to what was seen in the lake in 2020....
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June
16,
2022
| 12:01 PM America/New_York
A new academic center in the College of Social Work at The Ohio State University aims to fill two gaps in the burgeoning field of study into psychedelic drugs: focusing research on populations and psychological disorders underrepresented in current s...
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May
26,
2022
| 07:36 AM America/New_York
The loss of smell and taste with a COVID-19 infection during the delta surge was a prevalent symptom and wasn’t prevented by vaccination, new research suggests....
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April
13,
2022
| 11:00 AM America/New_York
A species of bacteria that infect corn crops compel their hosts to produce a feast of nutrients that keeps the pathogens alive and thriving long before they start to kill the plant’s cells, new research shows....
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April
11,
2022
| 12:01 PM America/New_York
When it comes to solving Earth’s climate crisis, the agricultural and forestry sectors are some of the hardest areas to change, yet a new report suggests that these areas will play a key role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. ...
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April
11,
2022
| 08:33 AM America/New_York
At least for now, there is no reason for the traditional meat industry to have much of a beef with producers of plant-based burgers and other meat alternatives, new research suggests. ...
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February
18,
2022
| 08:00 AM America/New_York
The closure of a gate at a national wildlife refuge in Denver about a decade ago ensured protection for bison, bald eagles and other wildlife inside, but also created a physical and metaphorical barrier for people living in diverse communities just o...
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January
26,
2022
| 08:30 AM America/New_York
A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but a chocolate chip cookie labeled “consumer complaint” won’t taste as good as the exact same product described as “new and improved,” a new study suggests....
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January
19,
2022
| 14:04 PM America/New_York
Legalization of marijuana in California has helped some financial institutions in the state increase their assets at the same time many banks, feeling stifled by federal regulations, deny services to licensed growers, manufacturers and retailers, a n...
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2021
December
22,
2021
| 14:00 PM America/New_York
Each semester, The Ohio State University hosts commencement to bestow degrees upon graduating students. Earning a degree is a remarkable achievement for all students, but for Doris Huffman, this experience was extra special. ...
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December
13,
2021
| 14:46 PM America/New_York
U.S. Department of Agriculture Sec. Tom Vilsack and U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown used a visit to The Ohio State University’s Waterman Agricultural and Natural Resources Laboratory Friday to highlight the critical role of agriculture in the nation’s econom...
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December
02,
2021
| 10:44 AM America/New_York
Explaining the value of misshapen vegetables – that they are as healthful as their picture-perfect counterparts and buying them helps reduce food waste – could help improve sales of “ugly” produce, new research suggests. ...
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November
29,
2021
| 08:30 AM America/New_York
The opportunity to make a small charitable donation on a store owner’s nickel may be just the encouragement shoppers need to forgo toting their goods home in a single-use plastic bag, new research suggests. ...
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October
08,
2021
| 13:10 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University will be the lead partner on a new five-year, multimillion-dollar pilot watershed project in northwestern Ohio designed to demonstrate that agricultural conservation practices—if used on 70% of the farmland in a watershed, an...
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September
13,
2021
| 10:05 AM America/New_York
An update of the statewide Harmful Algal Bloom Research Initiative (HABRI), consisting of more than 80 science teams seeking solutions for harmful algal blooms in Ohio, has been released today. ...
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September
02,
2021
| 08:11 AM America/New_York
A new platform housing data from over 100 apple varieties could shave years off of the breeding process and enable data-driven assessments of how to boost the health benefits of America’s favorite fruit. ...
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August
05,
2021
| 08:52 AM America/New_York
Remote-sensing technology produces detailed images of the size and density of the harmful algal bloom (HAB) in Lake Erie’s western basin each year, but determining the bloom’s toxicity relies on research that – literally – tests the waters. ...
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July
29,
2021
| 07:58 AM America/New_York
Converting vacant urban lots into greenspaces can reduce blight and improve neighborhoods, and new research shows that certain types of such post-industrial reclamation efforts offer the added bonus of benefiting bees. ...
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July
19,
2021
| 11:10 AM America/New_York
Flavor is the name of the game for scientists who want to optimize food for consumption in ways that improve nutrition or combat obesity. ...
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June
30,
2021
| 10:06 AM America/New_York
NOAA and its research partners are forecasting that western Lake Erie will experience a smaller-than-average harmful algal bloom this summer. A relatively dry spring will lead to a repeat of last year’s mild bloom – this is the first time in more tha...
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May
26,
2021
| 17:09 PM America/New_York
After being buried 8 feet underground for nearly 20 years, the cicadas known as ‘Brood X’ are making their presence known. ...
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April
16,
2021
| 16:54 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University Global One Health initiative (GOHi) has been awarded $5.61 million in funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and bolster Ethiopia’s public health system capacity for ...
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March
12,
2021
| 11:56 AM America/New_York
Last fall, when school began in the new kind of way, at home, all or part of the week, with assignments and Zoom meetings and questions, Joyce Chen found herself in a predicament like many others did. ...
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January
26,
2021
| 12:03 PM America/New_York
Scientists have proposed that using a cheap and simple product – hard candy – to screen for the loss of taste and smell in populations at risk for COVID-19 exposure may help detect probable positive cases in otherwise asymptomatic people. ...
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