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“Food Evolution” movie screening addresses food facts

May 2, 2018
GMOs have generated a lot of confusion and fear in the food world. In an effort to help people become more knowledgeable about the food they eat, the Ohio Soybean Council sponsored a showing of the movie Food Evolution . Forbes magazine says, …
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September is National Food Safety Education Month

Aug 28, 2017
guest post by Abby Snyder, The Ohio State University Gastroenteritis, a stomach illness characterized by nausea, cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea, results from eating food contaminated with microbial pathogens. Keeping these pathogens out of food …
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Easy, Fast, Efficient Technique for Rewriting Plant Genome

Sep 3, 2015
“The speed and simplicity of CRISPR have momentous implications for agriculture: The process could lead to plants that can withstand what an increasingly overheated nature has in store. It could also result in a more nutritious yield, from less …
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Career spotlight: Food Scientist

Aug 17, 2015
A food scientist does a lot of interesting things: develops new food products, from the initial idea to the finished product improves existing products troubleshoots product-related issues including flavor/sensory, quality, shelf-stability, …
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“What does GMO stand for?”

Jul 12, 2015
People have opinions about GMOs, but do they KNOW what they’re talking about? Compare your knowledge with these people on the street! (embed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzEr23XJwFY )
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Connecting Consumers to Agriculture podcast

Jul 10, 2015
Food is something that people care a lot about: How does it taste? How healthy is it? How fresh is it? Where did it come from? Connecting Consumers to Agriculture is a podcast about how farmers can reach out to the public and provide this …