05/24/18 – Researchers and community leaders examined community resiliency in the face of climate change at a university forum. Read more.
05/24/18 – In March, the U.S. government revealed concerns about foreign cyberattacks into the operating systems of domestic electric power infrastructure and noted that the efforts to disrupt the grid date back to 2013. Read more.
05/23/18 – The student team was named best in the U.S. in the contest to redesign a Chevy Camaro to further reduce its environmental impact while maintaining the car's performance and safety. Read more.
05/22/18 – University experts join community planners as health impacts and sustainable energy sources top concerns for the future. Read more.
05/17/18 – Water pitchers designed to rid water of harmful contaminants are not created equal, new research has found. Read more.
05/17/18 – The shoebox-sized CubeRRT contains advanced sensors for observing Earth’s environment from space. Read more.
05/09/18 – Ohio State Energy Partners has launched OhioStateEnergyPartners.com, an informational resource for the Ohio State community to learn more about the partnership that operates the systems that heat, cool and distribute power to the university’s Columbus campus. Read more.
05/03/18 – The first comprehensive proposal for a new federal farm bill calls for changes to payments to farmers when commodity prices dip or when they adopt environmentally friendly measures on their farms. Read more.
05/02/18 – Learning communities at Ohio State allow new students to foster a sense of belonging as soon as the academic year begins, and now two highlight sustainability issues. Read more.
05/02/18 – Steven Ringel, electrical and computer engineering's Neal A. Smith Professor and associate vice president for research, also is executive director of the Institute for Materials Research. Read more.
05/02/18 – University honors two assistant professors with sustainability expertise for their superior teaching. Read more.
05/01/18 – A team led by Ohio State soil scientist Rattan Lal found that topsoil erosion, in addition to reducing crop productivity, causes the release of greenhouse gases. Read more.
05/01/18 – Recipient William Berry Lyons is an internationally renowned researcher and scholar in environmental geochemistry. His research focuses on how climate change influences global environmental cycles, ecosystems and geobiology, specifically in polar regions of the world. Read more.
04/26/18 – Each year, students and staff work hard to maintain the Larry R. Yoder Prairie Learning Laboratory, a decades-long restoration project located on The Ohio State University at Marion campus. Read more.
04/26/18 – Ohio State University researchers continue to find ways to sustainably reclaim abandoned coal mine lands, this time recovering rare earth elements considered to be critical components in the production of renewable energy hardware, electric vehicles, health care and military equipment, and consumer electronic products. Read more.
04/26/18 – Faculty, staff and students developing local and global projects to aid farmers, youth and families will receive awards at the May 5 ceremony. Read more.
04/25/18 – The 2018 Annual Research Conference of The Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) will dive into water, including Lake Erie and agriculture’s role in protecting it. Read more.
04/25/18 – Joseph Fiksel, executive director and co-lead of the Sustainable and Resilient Economy program, retired from Ohio State on March 29. Read more.
04/23/18 – First-year engineering students will showcase Advanced Energy Vehicles, a design-and-build project challenging them to create a cost-effective, energy-efficient autonomous electric vehicle transportation system. Read more.
04/18/18 – Manufacturing companies in central and southeastern Ohio can now take advantage of a new partnership offering engineering know-how from The Ohio State University. Read more.