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Ohio State's Planter U gets farmers ready for 2017
Ohio State's Planter U gets farmers ready for 2017
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Two-Stage Ditch a Win-Win for Farmers, Environment

Research by Andy Ward and colleagues has led to the innovative "two-stage" ditch design, which benefits not just farms but water quality.

College Alumni Profile: Megan Welsh-Meier
Alumni Profile: Megan Welsh-Meier

As the owner of Higher Ground Green Roofs Megan talks of her experiences in the green industry and her education at Ohio State University.

 

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Demo
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Demo

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Ag & Bio Engineering: Meeting the needs of humankind, sustainably
Ag & Bio Engineering: Meeting the needs of humankind, sustainably

How do we provide the necessities of life, and more, for a growing population, without degrading our natural world? Agricultural and biological engineers are leading the way in innovative solutions.

 

Ohio State Engineering students addressing global challenge with aquaponics
Aquaponics project combines learning, innovation, and community service in Honduras

Aquaponics is a technique for sustainable food production that utilizes the combination of aquaculture with hydroponics to grow fish and vegetables without soil.

AEES Bioretention OSU

Watch the winning video submitted, by our students, for the student design competition at the American Ecological Engineering Society conference in Lansing, MI (June 10-12)!

CFAES Faculty Profile: Katrina Cornish
Faculty Profile: Katrina Cornish
Ives Hall ASABE Landmark No 1
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Research Leads to Safer Food
Research Leads to Safer Food

Subjecting leafy greens to a gaseous sanitizer would be much more effective at killing pathogens such as E.coli.