Research News

Sustainability Funds Awarded to TTM for University Alternative Fuel Fleet Vehicle Purchases

04/09/18 – In support of the university’s operational excellence and resource stewardship sustainability goals and strategic plan, departments may apply for up to $10,000 toward the incremental cost of a new electric vehicle (EV) and up to $20,000 toward the incremental cost of a new compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle. Read more.

Earth sciences faculty receive NSF CAREER Awards

03/19/18 – ASC’s most recent recipients of the award are Ann Cook and Audrey Sawyer, assistant professors in the School of Earth Sciences. Read more.

How much snow accumulates in North America each year? More than scientists thought

03/14/18 – Scientists have revised an estimate of snow volume for the entire continent, and they’ve discovered that snow accumulation in a typical year is 50 percent higher than previously thought. Read more.

Sustainable Energy, Student Engagement Intersect at INNOVATE-O-thon

03/08/18 – The Ohio State University’s energy partner ENGIE challenged students to help achieve one goal: improve energy efficiency through positive behavioral changes on campus. The students accepted. Read more.

University State of Research Address

03/08/18 – Research opportunity and success at The Ohio State University continues to grow and is on a path to take the university to a new level of national prominence. Read more.

Smart Cities Talk Shows Role of a Connected Campus

03/05/18 – Students are at center of ‘amazing moment’ to help develop new technologies. Read more.

Ohio State team receives $6.34 million DARPA award

03/01/18 – A team of Ohio State researchers has received a $6.34 million award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop novel magnetic materials by unlocking the power of skyrmions, nanoscale spin textures that offer promise for storage miniaturization. Read more.

ECE Student Wins Prestigious Award for Circuits Technology

03/01/18 – An electrical and computer engineering doctoral student has received a national honor for his research to build more energy-efficient integrated circuit design. Read more.

Alternative, Clean Energy Expert Receives Two-Year Fellowship

03/01/18 – Hannah Shafaat, chemistry and biochemistry, has been named a 2018 Sloan Research Fellow. Read more.

Ohio State Day of Giving

02/28/18 – Buckeyes give. It’s who we are; it’s what we do. Today, Buckeyes around the world will come together to support what matters most to them. Read more.

Students Partner with the Ohio Environmental Council to Explore Clean Energy Choices

02/26/18 – Fisher College of Business students worked on a semester-long clean energy choice project alongside the Ohio Environmental Council to help consumers understand sustainable energy choices and choose a renewable energy supplier. Read more.

Nuclear Engineering Student to Speak at TEDxOhioStateUniversity

02/22/18 – Doug Hardtmayer became fascinated by nuclear energy at a young age. Now he’s sharing his passion as a graduate student, on his own podcast and as a TEDxOhioStateUniversity speaker. Read more.

Rain, Rain, Will It Ever Go Away?

02/22/18 – ​ If it seems that you’re reaching for your umbrella more often — or wishing you had — here’s the reason. Read more.

Ohio State ATI recognized Internationally for its Ghana Research and Education Abroad Program

02/21/18 – ATI’s Ghana Research and Education Abroad (GREA) program immerses associate degree-seeking students in a month-long experiential learning program in towns near Ho, Ghana, where they develop their research projects. Read more.

Climate change planning underway for central Ohio

02/19/18 – A task force led by researchers at the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center (BPCRC) at The Ohio State University has released a draft action plan to help central Ohio prepare for climate change. Read more.

​Clean plates much more common when we eat at home

02/14/18 – Less food goes to landfills when we eat at home. Read more.

Defending the Power Grid

02/14/18 – Electrical and computer engineering researchers examine ways to prevent cyber attacks. Read more.

Ohio State joins international coalition to accelerate local climate action

02/07/18 – Members have pledged to reduce their institutional carbon footprints. Read more.

Earth Sciences doctoral student studies effects of climate change in Antarctica

01/29/18 – PhD student in the School of Earth Sciences Melisa Diaz spent her winter break in Antarctica studying how ecosystems respond to changes in climate. Read more.

ECE student wins best research paper for a safer UV light

01/24/18 – An electrical and computer engineering (ECE) doctoral candidate at Ohio State is working to create a brighter, cleaner and more efficient future through advancements in ultra-violet (UV) light technology. Read more.