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.
02/12/13 – Ohio State has received a sustainability ranking of "silver" from the STARS system, through AASHE. Read more.
02/11/13 – Ohio State and West Virginia University have signed a memorandum of understanding creating a shale energy partnership between the two schools, agreeing to work collaboratively to develop a joint program of research in the Appalachian Region’s developing shale energy industry. Read more.
02/11/13 – The South High Rise construction project has reached a major milestone, completing the drilling for all 264 geothermal wells in the South Oval. Read more.
02/08/13 – A new form of clean coal technology reached an important milestone recently, with the successful operation of a research-scale combustion system at Ohio State University. Read more.
02/05/13 – Buckeyes interested in motorsports have likely heard of the world-record-breaking alternative fuel car known as the Buckeye Bullet. Now, the world-at-large will learn even more about the latest iteration of the car known as the Venturi Buckeye Bullet 3 (VBB3), thanks to an article that appears in the February 2013 print edition of 'Scientific American' magazine (pages 56-61). Read more.
01/31/13 – U.S. Representative Bill Johnson, (Ohio Sixth District) toured Ohio State’s Center for Automotive Research to learn the latest research developments in transportation. Read more.
01/29/13 – The Coal-Direct Chemical Looping (CDCL) is an advanced oxy-combustion carbon capture technology for coal-fired power plants. This demonstration represents the first long-term integrated operation of any chemical looping technology in the world. Read more.
01/23/13 – Ohio State's Subsurface Energy Resource Center, Office of Energy and Environment and Center for Automotive Research awarded a total of $75,000 in seed funding to university researchers to begin a comprehensive policy study of alternative fuels use in Ohio, with an initial focus on compressed and liquefied natural gas (CNG). Read more.
01/23/13 – Ohio State University's Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC) received $6.5 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Energy to test and expand a university-developed technology that can produce biogas from a variety of solid organic wastes and bioenergy crops. Read more.
01/21/13 – From the Akron Beacon Journal: Ronald M. Sega’s talk Thursday to the Akron Roundtable was a bit of a homecoming. Sega, a former astronaut who twice flew in a space shuttle, was born in Northfield and graduated from Nordonia High School (Class of 1970) before going to the U.S. Air Force Academy. Read more.
01/08/13 – Researchers find that applying fluidized gas desulfurization (FGD) gypsum to crop fields can keep soluble phosphorus, which feeds the algae, from getting washed from the soil by heavy rains and then running off into streams and rivers and eventually into the lake. Read more.
01/07/13 – The university was named Diversion Rate Champion for the 2012 Game Day Challenge, a national stadium recycling competition. Read more.