02/14/17 – Ohio State is looking to enhance its sustainability success with the kickoff of RecycleMania. Read more.
02/13/17 – Ohio State is formally seeking bids on a potential energy partnership that could provide substantial support for sustainability and our academic mission. Read more.
02/13/17 – Biobased fuels and products — those made from crops and waste from farms — are the focus of an upcoming workshop. Advanced Biobased Systems: Growing an Industry is March 16 at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC), 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, Ohio. Read more.
02/06/17 – An article on food security by Dr. Rattan Lal (InFACT and SRE Discovery Themes) has won the Elsevier Atlas Award, given each month for research that could significantly impact people's lives around the world. Read more.
02/06/17 – The Sustainable and Resilient Economy program will bring together experts from business, government and academia to examine waste-management challenges limiting India’s economic growth. Read more.
02/06/17 – The state of Ohio and Ohio State have committed $45 million to support the university's research in automated-vehicle testing and research Read more.
02/06/17 – Fisher lecturer Neil Drobny has been elected to the board of directors of the International Society for Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), which was formed about 10 years ago to provide a centralized resource for establishing sustainability as a professional endeavor. Read more.
02/03/17 – Ice cores drilled atop Mt. Ortles in northern Italy in 2011 by an international team of glaciologists led by Paolo Gabrielli of Ohio State’s Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center indicate that the flow of the highest glacier of South Tyrol is now accelerating. Read more.
02/02/17 – The Spring Semester Student Film Series screened its second film on Tuesday, Jan. 31, with a showing of "Before the Flood," a film about climate change and its impact globally. Read more.
02/02/17 – Leadership for The Ohio State University and the city of Columbus celebrated a national championship-type victory Friday in a challenge for the future of transportation. Read more.
01/31/17 – Even in the dead of winter, consumers can enjoy fresh tomatoes, peppers and other produce, often thanks to the bounty from greenhouses scattered across the continent. Sanja Ilic is trying to make sure those vegetables are the safest possible. Read more.
01/26/17 – The Subsurface Energy Resource Center invites Ohio State faculty and research staff to apply for a third round of seed grant funding. Read more.
01/25/17 – Jacob Mendlovic, a recent College of Engineering graduate, is the primary inventor of a patent pending, microscale platinum wire probe that uses electrochemical properties to create images of subsurface ground biomass and fuel Read more.
01/20/17 – Scientists find a new way to remove defects from heat-resistant alloys. Read more.
01/17/17 – The Ohio State University hosted AEP-Ohio President Julie Sloat to campus on Thursday, Jan. 12, to exchange information on important energy research currently underway and discuss collaborative opportunities such as the Smart Columbus program. Read more.
01/13/17 – Ten experts from The Ohio State University will be among the 100-plus presenters at this year’s annual conference of the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association. Read more.
01/13/17 – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced this week that The Ohio State University has been named one of 18 institutions across the country to lead research on transportation challenges outlined in the Department of Transportation’s Beyond Traffic 2045 report. Read more.
01/13/17 – Ramteen Sioshansi, associate professor of integrated systems engineering at The Ohio State University, is studying the efficiency and optimal locations of electric vehicle charging stations. Read more.
01/06/17 – The Ohio State University’s 2017 Environmental Film Series kicks off Jan. 24 with a look at legendary conservationist Aldo Leopold, author of the classic A Sand County Almanac. Read more.
01/05/17 – The Reducing Embodied-energy and Decreasing Emissions (REMADE) Institute will forge new clean energy initiatives deemed critical in keeping U.S. manufacturing competitive. Read more.