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.
04/04/17 – Ohio State receives $7.5 million to advance technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal power plants. Read more.
04/03/17 – At the April 7 Board of Trustees meeting, The Ohio State University will consider a public-private partnership to become an international leader in sustainability and provide new resources to advance teaching, learning and research. Read more.
03/28/17 – New study finds trees’ role extends beyond carbon consumption. Read more.
03/28/17 – Results from a survey of members of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) found that 80 percent disagree that reducing the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulatory power will improve the U.S. economy. Read more.
03/28/17 – The bus is part of a yearlong experiment to research green technology. Read more.
03/21/17 – Vik Sahney, vice president for sustainability for Seattle-based REI, will present "From Summits to Sustainability: Reaching for High Places, Personally and Professionally” at 7 p.m. on April 12 in the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom of Ohio State's Ohio Union. Read more.
03/13/17 – The Schottenstein Center has flipped the switch toward LED lighting in the practice gyms and the main arena bowl. Read more.
03/13/17 – The engineering professor received the Henry H. Storch Award, given annually to an individual who has made distinguished contributions to fundamental or engineering research on the chemistry and utilization of hydrocarbon fuels. Read more.
03/07/17 – A potential $3 million in new grant funding could help make The Ohio State University a worldwide leader in next-generation infrared detector technologies. Read more.
03/07/17 – This fall, a solar house built by Ohio State students will function as an interactive laboratory for New Albany-Plain Local Schools. Read more.
03/06/17 – Researchers at The Ohio State University have discovered that food waste can partially replace the petroleum-based filler that has been used in manufacturing tires for more than a century. In tests, rubber made with the new fillers exceeds industrial standards for performance, which may ultimately open up new applications for rubber. Read more.
Ohio State Project Leverages Institutional Food Purchasing to Help Disadvantaged Families, Improve Nutrition in Columbus
02/28/17 – $750,000 grant from W.K. Kellogg Foundation will help develop network of small-scale growers who could sell produce to Ohio State and other local institutions. Read more.
02/27/17 – The initiative's task is to find new ways to refine various types of feedstocks and crops into next-generation biofuels or bio-based chemicals and products. Read more.
02/21/17 – The award will be announced on campus at the April 21 Arbor Day Celebration at Chadwick Arboretum. Read more.
02/21/17 – Translational Data Analytics is seeking proposals from teams that wish to form new, interdisciplinary teams to generate preliminary study concepts, technologies, data and results encompassing data analytics. Read more.
02/20/17 – Powering water treatment plants with wastewater itself may seem far fetched, but this technology is on the horizon. Researchers, both globally and at Ohio State, are attempting to use microorganisms in wastewater to power treatment plants. Read more.
02/20/17 – If the Trump Administration follows through on international trade plans, the United States would see increased unemployment and a recession, according to an agricultural economist at The Ohio State University. Read more.