OARDC

OHIO AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
In the U.S., approximately 10 billion tons of industrial, municipal and agricultural wastes are disposed of annually. OARDC researchers are finding ways to restore soil health using this waste, leading to significant economic and societal benefits.
Using Waste to Improve Soils
In the U.S., approximately 10 billion tons of industrial, municipal and agricultural wastes are disposed of annually. OARDC researchers are finding ways to restore soil health using this waste, leading to significant economic and societal benefits.
Bio-based materials are becoming increasingly important in an environmentally conscious world. Adding biologically derived materials to natural rubber not only creates a more sustainable product, but can also improve mechanical performance of the rubber.
Creating Rubber Out of Biological Material
Bio-based materials are becoming increasingly important in an environmentally conscious world. Adding biologically derived materials to natural rubber not only creates a more sustainable product, but can also improve mechanical performance of the rubber.
Food borne illnesses affect over 48 million Americans each year. At Ohio State University, the Food Animal Health Research Program is working to improve both human and animal health.
Food Animal Health Research Program
Food borne illnesses affect over 48 million Americans each year. At Ohio State University, the Food Animal Health Research Program is working to improve both human and animal health.

Home

LATEST TWEETS