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Real Ohio data for your Ohio students

Aug 17, 2023
Your students can practice the skills data scientists use as they examine real data from …

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Fighting food waste!

Aug 17, 2023
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Jun 17, 2024 at 9 am EDT

Feed the World: A 2-Day Workshop For Teachers

Rhodes State College (Lima, OH)
Hands-on STEM learning for Ohio MS/HS educators on equipping students to solve real-world challenges of producing food and fuel.
Sep 13, 2024 at 9 am EDT

Soil & Water Quality in the Classroom

Highbanks Metro Park, Northern Shelter House (Lewis Center, OH)
An outdoor professional learning event for science teachers on classroom soil & water investigations

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Feeding the world

4 lessons

How can we feed 9 billion people? What are the limits to food production?

Energy and ethanol

7 lessons

What is ethanol? How much corn is dedicated to ethanol production? Why should corn be used to produce ethanol?

Did you know?

A bushel of corn can provide several products.

A single bushel of corn could provide one of four essential product categories.

Ethanol is a high-octane, low-carbon fuel of the future.

Ethanol is a high octane, low carbon fuel source. It is the lowest cost, most efficient, environmentally-friendly fuel option on the market.

Ethanol helps to produce cleaner air.

The use of fuels containing ethanol blends reduce toxic tailpipe emissions by up to 50%.

Ohio corn is used for more than food.

Ohio corn is used for feed, fuel, and other renewable products.