09/26/17 – Students at The Ohio State University and Central State University, a historically black university in Wilberforce, will soon benefit from a $2.8 million grant designed to develop leaders for the bioeconomy industry in Ohio and nationwide. Read more.
09/25/17 – Ohio State students learned about one of the biggest issues humanity is facing today, the effects of climate change, during a study abroad trip to Australia this year. Read more.
09/25/17 – Leading up to the official 75th anniversary celebration of the ElectroScience Laboratory (ESL) at Ohio State, September is focused on highlighting Alexandra Bringer, who is helping to advance the technology behind climate science for future generations as an electrical and computer engineering (ECE) senior research associate. Read more.
As nations tilt toward deglobalization, Ohio State will study how food, energy and water systems in the Great Lakes region might be affected
09/20/17 – Ohio State researchers will examine a wide sweep of economic, behavioral, and environmental factors, including the diversity of watersheds and possible choices by farmers. Read more.
09/20/17 – Community management slows deforestation, study finds Read more.
09/20/17 – This week, a 20-member student team is preparing—and hoping—to propel the Venturi Buckeye Bullet 3 to reach 400mph and beat their own record for the fastest electric vehicle in the world. Read more.
09/13/17 – Husband and wife Nathan Gorgen and Molly Burke believe that behavior change toward sustainability starts at home, and they use an art series as a means of addressing their own practices with the hope of influencing others. Read more.
09/12/17 – More than a dozen Ohio scientists studying harmful algal blooms will discuss their latest findings at the second State of the Science: Understanding Algal Blooms Conference on Thursday in Toledo. Read more.
09/12/17 – Mushroom and beef burger combination uses less saturated fat and fewer calories. Read more.
09/11/17 – Thanks to the generosity of Coca-Cola, the Office of Student Life is proud to offer the Student Sustainability Grant for student-led initiatives that support The Ohio State University’s goal to reduce greenhouse gases, conserve resources and promote sustainability. Read more.
09/07/17 – Ohio State Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Professor Longya Xu is known for his “contributions to design and control of efficient electric machines for wind power generation and electrified vehicles.” Read more.
09/05/17 – The majority of milk used by University Dining Services is sourced, pasteurized and transported by Ohio-based companies. Read more.
08/30/17 – Two researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences have been honored by the U.S. Department of Energy. Read more.
08/30/17 – The University's Nuclear Reactor Laboratory is now a Nuclear Science User Facilities partner, enabling researchers to access Ohio State's lab and experts in their quest to understand the complex behaviors of nuclear fuels and materials. Read more.
08/29/17 – ENGIE North America and Axium Infrastructure announced $200,000 in academic support to Women in Engineering, student sustainability programs and The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum. Read more.
08/29/17 – Student Life Dining Services obtains all of its fresh chicken for the Columbus campus from Ohio. Read more.
08/14/17 – Climate change may trigger images of polar bears falling off melting ice slabs in the Arctic, but the changes are relevant for Ohio farmers as well. Read more.
08/03/17 – For more than 30 years, Professor Ahmet Selamet has served as a leader in the mechanical engineering field. Read more.
08/01/17 – When Peter Ngimbwa, a Tanzanian student in The Ohio State University Department of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering, defended his Master’s thesis and returned to Tanzania, it seemed possible that a drip irrigation planning tool he had developed along with faculty member Andy Ward might be destined for oblivion, as too often happens with student projects. Read more.
07/31/17 – 35 Ohio State students traveled to Tanzania this year as part of a program to help a village obtain clean water. Read more.