OSU's Findings on Weed, Livestock, War and More

Chris Gaitten
Studies show that keeping livestock in yard might help baby's immune system.

Ohio State conducts nearly a billion dollars of research annually—$929 million last fiscal year alone. The findings run the gamut from thought-provoking to eyebrow-raising, amplified by headlines like, “Was the restaurant really that bad—or was it just the rain?”

Here are 2019’s most memorable entries into the annals of academia.


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