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OARDC scientists working to fight new deadly U.S. swine disease
Food animal health researchers with CFAES are looking for a unique way to test for and trace the spread of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV), a disease of swine that was found for the first time in the U.S. in April and that has impacted hundreds o ...
Volume 15 Issue 4
CFAES releases new brand guidelines
The first version of the college's brand standards is now available online. Go here and look under Marketing. You will also be able to download the college logo and PowerPoint templates. Communications and Technology is applying university guidelin ...
Giving mosquitoes 'kidney' failure could help fight spread of malaria
A CFAES scientist and his collaborators have discovered a chemical that causes "kidney" failure in mosquitoes, which may pave the way to the development of new insecticides to fight potentially deadly mosquito-transmitted diseases such as malari ...
New lab to help fight the (algae-fueled) battle of Lake Erie
Last year already saw a number of improvements at Stone Laboratory, but renovations and updates continue on South Bass and Gibraltar Islands. The newest addition to Stone Lab's facilities will be an Algae and Water Quality Lab, housed in the Stone ...
Oilseed crops bring back history, look toward future at Mellinger Farm
Flax is blooming again at OARDC's Mellinger Farm near Wooster. The crop is one of four oilseed crops that will be studied on the property this summer-- the first research plots at the farm since Patricia Quinby and Virginia Reed generously donated ...
Volume 15 Issue 3
Volume 15 Issue 2
The World As Classroom: Number of CFAES Students Studying Abroad Doubles
CFAES reached a milestone at the end of this school year: doubling the number of students participating in study abroad programs compared to last year. During the 2012-2013 academic cycle, the number of students participating in CFAES-sponsored study abr ...
Forest Industry Brings Green to Ohio's Economy
When a tree falls-- is felled-- in a forest in Ohio, it supports a $22-billion-a-year industry and more than 100,000 jobs. And is replaced by more than two trees worth of new growth. So says a CFAES specialist who is documenting the green that grows in th ...