Research, teaching, and learning at the campus are supported by more than 4,200 acres of Wooster Agricultural Facilties including field research stations, livestock facilities, land resources, greenhouses, a golf course, and an arboretum.
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The MCIC is a shared technology laboratory located on the CFAES Wooster campus. We house equipment and provide services in microscopy (light, confocal, transmission and scanning electron microscopy), in the area of genomics (low and high throughput sequencing and genotyping) and bioinformatics.
The CFAES Office for Research and Graduate Education's mission is to facilitate research and graduate education in our college and to help faculty, staff and students strive to seek solutions to the economic, social and environmental problems of our time.
The PAAR facility is a highly secure biocontainment building. It is required by federal law for conducting research with organisms that cause diseases in animals classified at biosafety level 3 (BSL-3 and/or BSL-3 Ag). It is also needed for working with plant diseases that could cause undue economic hardship on agriculture if released into the environment.
The STAR Lab is a research oriented analytical laboratory located on the CFAES Wooster campus. The STAR Lab’s purpose is to provide inorganic chemical analysis needed by researchers at The Ohio State University.
The Wooster Campus Research Library is available to assist you with research and writing help.