FDSCTE 4193 Individual study course to permit undergraduate students to explore in-depth selected areas of food science and nutrition. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 493. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 2 com ...
Come Camping with 4-H! Youth from Hamilton County attend 4-H Camp Graham for one week of outdoor fun in the summer. Camp Graham is a great place for youth to learn skills that prepare them to lead into the future. The unique setting helps youth develop ...
Join Hamilton County 4-H
how to join a 4-h club The best time to join 4-H is in the fall or winter. The enrollment deadline is March 1, so you must be enrolled before that date to participate in Hamilton County Fair activities. Click here for more information about Hamilton ...
Role of Food Science in Human Health
FDSCTE 2300 This course explores the role of food in an individual's health by addressing mainstream controversies. Students will have an understanding of food supply chain, food components, food safety, food processing, food additives, labeling, foo ...
FDSCTE 1150 Explore the science of caffeine and production of caffeinated products, how it affects the human body along with a study of the historical importance of some of today's most popular caffeine sources. Undergraduate 1.0 FDSCTE 1150 SP 23 7w ...
Cover Crops in the Garden
Hamilton County 4-H Clubs
Hamilton County 4-H Clubs Agrico 4-H Club- Harrison, OH Established in 1963, Agrico is the oldest 4-H club in Hamilton County! We have members from 5-18 years old that take all sorts of projects, both Livestock and Special Interest. Our club members ...
Physical Principles in Food Processes
FDSCTE 3450 Food physico-chemical properties are critical in processes involving the handling, processing, preserving, packaging, storing, and distribution of food. They determine food quality and impact nutritional properties and safety. After completing ...
Sustainability of the Food Supply Chain
FDSCTE 3400.01 Sustainability of the food supply chain depends on the efficiency of transforming raw food materials into consumer food products. This course introduces key operations in each sector of the supply chain along with sustainability parameters, ...
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 ...