05/25/17 – Dozens of families headed to Ohio State’s West Campus in Columbus to check out the first West Campus Science and Technology Festival on Saturday, May 20. Read more.
05/18/17 – The partnership between Ohio State and the foundation could include internships at the foundation, research cooperation and conferences, roundtables and symposia. Read more.
05/17/17 – A new set of lessons from Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Lab introduces students in grades 7-12 to the basics of solar energy via hands-on activities. Read more.
05/16/17 – Starting fall semester, students at the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute (Ohio State ATI) will be able to study a new program focused on two key global issues. Read more.
05/15/17 – The Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation is teaming up with Solutions from the Land on a multiyear project to help Ohio farmers lead the way to an agriculture that preserves the land and adapts to a changing climate, and a food system that takes care of all Ohioans. Read more.
05/08/17 – Summer and fall plans evolve for sustainability partner transition. Read more.
05/03/17 – Erik Daugherty, founder of E3 Innovate, will present Technologies and Strategies for Home Energy Efficiencies — Satisfied Homeowners, Sustainable Planet at the Tuesday (5/16) Environmental Professionals Network (EPN) monthly breakfast Read more.
05/03/17 – The West Campus Science and Technology Festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 20, in the courtyard of West Campus, at Carmack Drive. Read more.
05/03/17 – Sustainability is in action at the Ohio Union. Dining Services helps to operate a pulping machine that breaks down food scraps and compostable containers that are thrown into the trash. The material is picked up by FOD employees and taken to an anaerobic digestion system in Columbus, where it is converted into clean renewable energy. Read more.
05/02/17 – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized The Ohio State University for helping the Big Ten win the Collective Conference Championship in this year’s Green Power Challenge. Read more.
04/28/17 – Ohio State's leafy giants are more than just appealing to the eye. They have the capability to save the university as much as $1 million each year. Read more.
04/27/17 – Mining is to ecotourism as oil is to water; however, in a region of Peru they intertwine, as local residents shift between the two economies to maintain their livelihoods. Read more.
04/25/17 – Ohio State once again is one of the nation's top schools for recycling. We finished in eighth place among 320 colleges and universities in the total recycling category of RecycleMania, diverting more than 1.1 million pounds of materials from the landfill. Read more.
04/25/17 – FOD recently provided assistance to five Ohio State students who developed a Smart Street Light to assist with security and sustainability. Read more.
04/24/17 – A team of experts will tackle challenges including system integration; ultra-high power density machines; energy storage; advanced control of onboard electrical power systems; and electric aircraft research infrastructure. Read more.
04/19/17 – Students from the School of Environment and Natural Resources showed off their senior projects at the Environmental Professionals Network breakfast on Tuesday and the Smart Columbus program was the focus of nine of the projects. Read more.
04/11/17 – The Environmental Science Student Symposium is an annual event that exhibits the final project of students enrolled in Introduction to Environmental Science (ENR2100). Read more.
04/06/17 – Claudia Turro is a pioneer in designing new molecules that can be activated with light. She has discovered new materials that are able to efficiently generate hydrogen—a clean fuel—from water. Read more.
04/04/17 – Ohio State’s new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station has officially opened. The university initially broke ground on the station – the first of its kind for an Ohio university - in July 2016. Read more.
04/04/17 – A recent study finds that glaciers and ice caps can no longer capture meltwater. Read more.