The Ohio State University has received a non-financial gift from a technology company that will allow it establish state-of-the-art technology labs on its campuses in Columbus and Wooster.  The gift of software and hardware from the Trimble Company represents the largest philanthropic gift-in-kind investment in the history of OSU’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.  The labs will support outreach programs through OSU’s Extension Office.  The equipment and software will be integrated into the OSU curriculum, with a goal of having both the Wooster and Columbus labs open during the upcoming fall semester.