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One of the greatest challenges of our time lies in our ability to secure reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy for future generations. Ohio State is meeting the energy challenge head-on. The Ohio State University is dedicated to advancing education, research, and innovation for energy and the environment, emphasizing how those needs can be met sustainably.
06/17/13 – Ohio State experts can help Ohio companies, schools, farms and other organizations that are turning to on-site renewable energy generation projects to meet some or all of their electricity needs. Read more.
06/10/13 – The Ohio State University College of Engineering’s Buckeye Current electric motorcycle team finished third in its first-ever appearance at the world-famous Isle of Man Tourist Trophy (TT) races. The only U.S. collegiate team to compete in the TT Zero, Buckeye Current steered to a podium finish with an average speed of 90.4 mph, besting both professional and collegiate competitors. Read more.
06/07/13 – Ohio State researcher LS Fan, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, has committed his research career to developing cleaner and more environmentally-friendly fossil fuel conversion solutions. Read more.
June 20, 2013
Did you know Lake Erie, itself, was a factor in Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s victory there in the War of 1812? Find out more at Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory’s weekly lecture. “Battle of Lake Erie: How Lake Processes Contributed to Perry's Victory,” will be presented by Charles E. Herdendorf, director emeritus, Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab. Read more.
June 27, 2013
The Ohio State University Stone Laboratory’s lectures this week highlight Lake Erie’s algal bloom problems and insights from the social sciences on restoration efforts. Read more.
July 02, 2013
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Ohio’s Environmental Protection Agency. Get an overview from Ohio EPA Director Scott Nally at Stone Laboratory’s weekly lecture. Read more.