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Christine Snowden’s exit seminar
FDSCTE 7194 Selected topics in food science. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs or 3 completions. Graduate 1.0 FDSCTE 7194 SP22.pdf Spring 2022 Dr. V.M. (Bala) Balasubramaniam Distance Learning Columbus FST Graduate Prog ...
The Science of Human Sensory Measurements: Theoretical Principles and Industrial Applications
FDSCTE 7560 This course provides students with a critical overview of the science behind perception measurements in sensory evaluation with a focus on sensory discrimination testing. This course will describe a theoretical foundation to sensory measuremen ...
Farm Assistant Internship
The Western Ag Station is looking for a farm assistant intern for this Summer. For more information, see attached. ...
Upcoming Spring Break Programs
There are three Spring Break study abroad programs coming up for 2024! See below for more information. Chile: Agriculture and Agroecosystems Human and Animal Interactions Panama: Through the Lense of AgriCulture, Sustainability and Diversity ...
COBA/Select Sires Scholarship
The COBA/Select Sires Board of Directors wishes to recognize the efforts and aspirations of college students from member-owner-customer herds in our North and Southwest territories. The board of directors has set aside scholarship funds that will be award ...
April 17th, 2023
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FDSCTE 8193 Research experience and preparation of technical paper. Prereq: 10 cr hrs in Grad level FdScTe. Repeatable to a maximum of 15 cr hrs or 4 completions. This course is progress graded (S/U). While subject to change, this class is offered every s ...
Brewing Science Capstone
FDSCTE 5750 This course uses the biological and chemical principles of brewing to understand aspects of malting, mashing, fermentation, and the making of different beer styles that is complemented by laboratory exercises to investigate flavors, aromas, br ...
Chocolate chemistry – a food scientist explains how the beloved treat gets its flavor, texture and tricky reputation as an ingredient
Originally published in By Sheryl Barringer Professor of Food Science and Technology, The Ohio State University Whether it is enjoyed as creamy milk chocolate truffles, baked in a devilishly dark chocolate cake or even poured as hot cocoa, Americans on ...