There is a wealth of cutting edge research currently taking place at the CFAES Wooster Campus. Learn more about research going on below or check out some videos featuring CFAES Wooster researchers.
The Bee Lab
The Bee Lab is dedicated to research and outreach on topics related to honey bees, wild bees and other pollinators. Current projects include honey bee nutrition in urban and agricultural landscapes, pollinator observation data collection, and phenology (the study of cyclic and seasonal natural phenomena, especially in relation to climate and plant and animal life) .
Center for Food Animal Health
Research in the Center for Food Animal Health (CFAH) focuses on enhancing food safety, protecting the environment, and making animals and people healthier. CFAH researchers are using multidisciplinary and One Health approaches to make significant advances in food-animal production and animal and human health, with interrelated contributions to ecosystem sustainability. These scientific contributions will positively impact the lives of people of Ohio, the nation, and the global community.
Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering
The Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering Building (FABE) is a center for research in fields ranging from bio-based energy and products to harvesting energy from greenhouses to life cycle analysis. A USDA unit, housed in FABE on the CFAES Wooster campus, researches methods to enhance crop protection while safeguarding the environment and worker safety and provides additional opportunities for students.