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Of stars and stripes: NASA satellites used to predict zebra migrations

Directions Magazine

August 26, 2013

Featured expert: Gil Bohrer, professor of Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering


Asian carp’s genetic clues spawn new test

Toledo Blade

August 25, 2013

Material is discovered in Maumee River again.
Featured expert: Jeff Reuter, director of Ohio Sea Grant and Ohio State University's Stone Laboratory


Columbus as a tech magnet has strong draw

The Columbus Dispatch

August 25, 2013

Financial support and proximity to OSU helping Columbus attract entrepreneurs from far and wide.

Featured expert: Giorgio Rizzoni, director of the Center for Automotive Research at Ohio State University


Sen. Rob Portman gets a bird's-eye view of Lake Erie fishing, an earful about its problems

Plain Dealer

August 25, 2013

Featured expert: Jeff Reutter, director of Ohio Sea Grant and Ohio State University's Stone Laboratory


Ohio State Buckeyes win national title in green efforts

USA Today

August 25, 2013

Let's talk trash. The stat wasn't in the box score after Ohio State's home football win over Illinois last November, but assisted by a crowd of 105,311 the Buckeyes had a "diversion rate" of 98.2%.


Amish farmers adapt to climate change

News Messenger

August 23, 2013

Agricultural practices help stem effects of climate change

Featured expert: Story cites research by Richard Moore and Raschel Hintz of Ohio State University's Ohio Agriculutural Research and Development Center in Wooster.


Pests thrive thanks to warming

Mansfield News Journal

August 19, 2013

Featured expert: Brent Sohngen, professor of environmental economics 


Lake Erie: summer algae, unfrozen winter

The News Messenger

August 19, 2013

Scientists: climate change hitting Ohio's great lake.

Featured experts: Jeff Reutter, director of Ohio State University’s Ohio Sea Grant College Program

Stu Ludsin, assistant professor at Ohio State University’s department of evolution, ecology and organismal biology


Greening of college sports has potential for community change

Sports Business Journal

August 19, 2013

Ohio State's zero-waste effort is featured in this article.


With the help of a lot of money, Ohio's Ashtabula River returns to health

WKSU-FM

August 14, 2013 

Featured expert: Frank Lichtkoppler, Extension Specialist and Professor with the Ohio State University Sea Grant College Program 


Algae mess of ’11 was wakeup call for Lake Erie 

Toledo Blade 

August 9, 2013

Featured expert: Jeffrey Reutter, director of Ohio State University’s Stone Lab research facility at Put-in-Bay


Strickland, panel urge climate-change action

The Columbus Dispatch

August 7, 2013

Featured expert: Lonnie Thompson, Distinguished University Professor in the School of Earth Sciences and a Research Scientist in the Byrd Polar Research Center


OSUE offers businesses training and advice on renewable energy production

Farmers Advance

August 7, 2013

MARION, OH -- A growing number of Ohio companies, schools, farms and other organizations are turning to on-site renewable energy generation projects to meet some or all of their electricity needs. As the green energy movement gains popularity, Ohio State University's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) is offering training and other educational resources to help businesses and other organizations make informed decisions on energy investments, including the feasibility of implementing on-site renewable energy projects.


Erie’s defense has rivals joining forces

Toledo Blade

July 30, 2013

There are no rivalries, no fight songs, and no team colors that matter when a wide cross-section of scientists and biologists cast a worried eye toward the horizon and sound the same alarm.

Featured expert: Jeff Reutter, the director of Ohio State University’s Stone Lab research facility


OSU, Iberdrola team up with research agreement

Times Bulletin

July 30, 2013

The link between Ohio State University and the Blue Creek Wind Farm was strengthened on Monday as OSU officials and Iberdrola Renewables agreed to team up on wind power proudction research projects

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OSU study of working well should include safeguards

The Marietta Times editorial

July 29, 2013

Although federal officials recently gave hydraulic fracturing at gas and oil wells a clean bill of health, much more remains to be learned about the practice. Researchers at Ohio State University want to study a working well, but money seems to be a problem.


OSU Should Go Ahead With Project

Wheeling Intelligencer Editorial

July 24, 2013

Although federal officials recently gave hydraulic fracturing at gas and oil wells a clean bill of health, much more remains to be learned about the practice. Researchers at Ohio State University want to study a working well, but money seems to be a problem.

It is not, for a change, too little money but, strangely enough, too much.


Is Ohio State fracking-well plan drilling for research data, or cash?

The Columbus Dispatch

July 22, 2013

Ohio State University researchers want to install and study a working oil and gas well on university land in Noble County.

The plan would open the school’s Eastern Agricultural Research Station to shale drilling and would provide an opportunity to closely examine how fracking alters the environment and assess pollution risks to the air and groundwater, supporters say.


Global Shortages Feared: Great Lakes 'ground zero' for water needs

Toledo Blade
July 14, 2013
Climate change and population growth are making the Great Lakes region’s role as a global food producer more important as water shortages become more severe in other parts of the world.
Featured expert: Linda Weavers, professor, Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering


Shale boom creating shortage of affordable housing in eastern Ohio 

Akron Beacon Journal

July 8, 2013

Eastern Ohio is beginning to experience a shortage of affordable and available housing for the poor because another group has tapped much of the existing stock: drilling company workers. 

Featured expert: Mark Partridge, professor of Agricultural, Environment, and Development Economics
ALSO: The Daily Jeffersonian, State studies shales impact on housing