12/02/11 – Ohio Stadium diverted 75.3 percent of its waste from landfills this season, clearing Ohio State University’s goal of 75 percent in the first season of its “zero waste” initiative. Read more.
12/02/11 – Yebo Li, a biosystems engineer with the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster, has received Ohio State's 2011 Early Career Innovator of the Year Award for his work on the development and commercialization of bio-based energy and industrial products. Read more.
12/02/11 – A solar house is designed to showcase a lifestyle – how to live comfortably in a nice house that produces as much energy as it uses. Read more.
11/29/11 – Ohio State’s student-designed and -built solar powered entry in the 2011 Solar Decathlon international competition, enCORE House, is featured in the November issue of Architect magazine, the publication of the American Institute of Architecture. Read more.
11/08/11 – The five Ohio State University high-rises that will be receiving geothermal heating and cooling systems are scheduled to reopen on time, despite a snag in the South Campus well drilling that prompted the university to negotiate for a new subcontractor. Read more.
10/28/11 – The U.S. Department of Energy has announced funding for Ohio State research aimed at developing advanced post-combustion technologies for capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from coal–fired power plants. Read more.
10/21/11 – Industry executives from across the nation have been invited to NASA's Glenn Research Center on Oct. 27 for a workshop that will include more than 30 exhibits demonstrating the latest NASA technologies that could benefit the automotive industry. Read more.
10/20/11 – New certification program helps offices let everyone know they’re doing their part for the environment. Read more.
10/01/11 – Ohio State’s Solar Decathlon team finished fifth in the U.S. Department of Energy’s competition that challenges college teams to design, build and operate the best solar-powered house. Read more.
09/30/11 – This season, Ohio State is asking fans to add green to their scarlet and gray in order to turn Ohio Stadium into a zero-waste zone. Read more.
09/22/11 – In response to the growing need for an educational and research sources for issues related to Ohio's developing shale energy industry, The Ohio State University announced the creation of the Ohio State Subsurface Energy Resource Center (SERC). Read more.
Ohio State Nuclear Engineering Faculty Awarded $1.5 Million in Nuclear Energy University Programs Funding
08/16/11 – The Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded two faculty in the Ohio State Nuclear Engineering Program (NEP) faculty three grants worth a combined $1.5 million to fund their research through the Nuclear Energy University Programs (NEUP) initiative. Read more.
08/04/11 – Faculty members from LARCH and CRP, in partnership with the Greater Linden Development Corporation, received a $54,000 grant from Ohio State’s Outreach and Engagement Program for “Sustainable Futures for Linden Village: A Model for Increasing the Social Capital and the Quality of Life in an Urban Neighborhood.” Read more.
08/01/11 – Ohio State University last week learned it would receive federal dollars to research advanced turbine equipment aimed at helping in the development of clean-energy technology. Read more.
08/01/11 – Ronald M. Sega sets up house in two states—Ohio and Colorado—to do his job as vice president, helping Ohio State U. and Colorado State U. improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gases, and secure more money for environmental research. Read more.
08/01/11 – On May 17, 2011, The Ohio State University received the “Chairman of the Board” Emerald Award from the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio as part of their annual Emerald Awards Luncheon honoring the best and most innovative local ideas in waste recycling among local businesses, institutions, communities, individuals or students. Read more.
07/25/11 – The Ohio State Center for Automotive Research is a partner on a newly announced Ohio Third Frontier grant to develop a high-tech sensor to monitor engine exhaust for compliance with emission standards. Read more.
Ohio State Receives $400,000 Grant from Alcoa Foundation to Research Lightweight, Metal-Based Vehicle Structures
07/25/11 – Read more.