07/03/13 – This summer several Ohio State students are interning with the city of Columbus in the Environmental Steward’s Office, a division of the Mayor’s Office, to help the city improve sustainability in Ohio’s capital. Read more.
07/02/13 – Ohio State assistant professor Ann Cook received the Powe Award for young researchers. Read more.
07/01/13 – The Byrd Polar Research Center Archival Program (BPRCAP) has received a $32,160 grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) for the preservation of a unique film series used by Antarctic explorer Richard Byrd. Read more.
06/27/13 – The Center for Urban and Regional Analysis has created a digital tour of Ohio State's 32 species of trees on the Oval. Read more.
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.
06/13/13 – The Ohio State University Center for Automotive Research and Pompano Beach, Fla.-based Cyclone Power Technologies are collaborating on an eco-friendly engine development and testing program. The developer of the all-fuel, clean-tech Cyclone Engine recruited CAR to help with commercialization of its external combustion engine technology. 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.
05/24/13 – The student team takes home the most honors as this year of the national competition comes to a close. Read more.
05/17/13 – OSU Extension provides guidance to landowners in the shale industry development region of Ohio. Read more.
05/15/13 – The National Extension Energy Summit was held for the first time on April 30-May 1 in Fort Collins, Colorado. Read more.
04/30/13 – The Ohio Environmental Leaders Institute (OELI) enthusiastically introduces its inaugural 2013 workshop series. This engaging series will connect environmental professionals to the most innovative skills today's leaders need to navigate crucial environmental topics. Read more.
04/18/13 – Ohio State has been named the top finisher in multiple recent national environmental awards in 2013. Read more.
04/16/13 – Scott Bair, professor, earth sciences, has been appointed to a new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency panel of independent experts to peer-review the agency's hydraulic fracturing research. Read more.
04/09/13 – The Ohio State University has emerged the leader in the Second Annual Enviance Environmental March Madness tournament through demonstrated excellence in environmental academics and sustainability, as well as outstanding student and faculty engagement. Read more.
04/09/13 – Ohio State students, faculty and staff, along with area high school STEM students, joined the Office of Energy and Environment for a tour of the Blue Creek Wind Farm in Van Wert County April 9. Read more.
03/22/13 – Renewable and alternative energy production is a research topic identified for a new collaboration between The Ohio State University and the Brazil state of São Paulo. Read more.
03/22/13 – On Friday, March 22, Polar Bears International (PBI) presented The Ohio State University with a Paw of Approval Award at a ceremony held at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Read more.
02/12/13 – Ohio State has received $7.1 million in bond funding from the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, in support of a five-building energy efficiency and conservation infrastructure upgrade project. Read more.
02/12/13 – The Ohio State University has increased its ranking to No. 2 on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA's) Top 20 College & University list of the largest green power purchasers. Read more.