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  1. HTST Pasteurization Workshop

    https://fst.osu.edu/about-us/events/htst-pasteurization-workshop

    related to time, temperature and pressure of the HTST (High temperature, short time) pasteurization ...

  2. Chow Line: Are You Eating Out for Valentine’s Day?

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/chow-line-are-you-eating-out-valentine%E2%80%99s-day

    eggs, meat, poultry and fish, need to be cooked to a temperature high enough to kill pathogens that may ...

  3. Ohio State Researchers: Milk Date Labels Contribute to Food Waste

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-researchers-milk-date-labels-contribute-food-waste

    manufacturers,” Roe said. “There’s a difference between quality and safety. “Pasteurized milk is safe past the ...

  4. September is Food Safety Month

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/september-food-safety-month

    temperature “danger zone” — between 40 and 140 degrees. While it may be tempting to think that re-heating food ...

  5. Computational Biology Faculty in Food and Nutritional Metabolomics

    https://fst.osu.edu/about-us/computational-biology-faculty-food-and-nutritional-metabolomics

    and modeling is essential.  Integration with other high-throughput disciplines and omics data is ... highly encouraged.  Knowledge of targeted and untargeted metabolomics with a strong interest in ...

  6. Registration Open for OVIFT Symposium

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/registration-open-ovift-symposium

    Food: Novel Technologies for Safe and High Quality Foods". The symposium takes place on Monday, ...

  7. Dr. Ken Lee named 2014 recipient of the Harold Macy Award

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/dr-ken-lee-named-2014-recipient-harold-macy-award

    technology transfer or cooperation between scientists or technologists in any two of the following settings: ...

  8. Health study to look for links between disease, land formation

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/health-study-look-links-between-disease-land-formation

    Some areas of Ohio are riddled with karst, a layer of cracked and eroded rock a few feet below ground. Other areas, particularly in eastern Ohio, are pocked with abandoned coal mines whose entrances and air shafts puncture the ground. Both these natural a ...

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