The members of the Ohio State football team have been in the presence of some very impressive audiences of late, but nothing like what the team experienced April 20: meeting the president of the United States during a three-hour visit to the White House.
During his first months as Ohio State’s 15th president, Michael V. Drake looked, listened and learned. With time, his observations developed into a vision for the university, a path firmly grounded in Ohio State’s land-grant mission but one that also acknowledges the challenges of the modern-day world.
From the state-of-the-art equipment to its LEED certification, many things make the new Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry building special. But there is one thing that makes the building different from almost any other research facility in the country — its focus on interdisciplinary collaboration.
The unassuming piece of stainless steel mesh doesn’t look like a very big deal, but it could make a big difference for future environmental cleanups.
When it comes to buying things, our brains can’t see the big, black-and-white forest for all the tiny, colorful trees.
A team of archaeologists and other researchers hope that an ancient graveyard in Italy can yield clues about the deadly bacterium that causes cholera.
Students are helping to change lives through the Pay It Forward Marion program, which promotes civic engagement in English courses and works with the local community through service and philanthropy.
Armed with tree-identification booklets, 30 area woodland owners spent a recent afternoon practicing what they learned in an outdoor living laboratory at the OSU Mansfield campus.
How do you survive a scandal, especially when you are the president of the United States? This year’s Warren G. Harding Symposium tackles the touchy issue.
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This study examines the antitumor effects of a cancer-killing virus combined with a second-line chemotherapy drug.
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Wed, Nov 12, 2014
Wexner Medical Center
FACULTY & STAFF
Belinda Gimbert, Educational Studies, received $2.5 million for “Project KNOTtT 3.0: Mobilizing National Educator Talent (mNET)” from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement.
John Clapp, Social Work, was a keynote speaker at the 27th annual National Prevention Research Conference on “CONNECTing Healthy Communities Through Prevention Research & Practice” in Hartford, Conn., Sept. 15-18. His topic was “Connecting Research to Practice Across Communities and Populations.”
Greg Allenby, Marketing and Logistics, was named one of the most productive research authors of the past five years by the Doctoral Student Special Interest Group of the American Marketing Association. He was ranked no. 3 for productivity among premier marketing journals, according to annual lists released by the organization.
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My favorite character is Dirk Pitt. He is the action-adventure hero of Clive Cussler’s novels. He goes on amazing adventures and always gets the girl.
For my scientific professional life I must read so much nonfiction and natural history that I seek escape in audio books of murder mysteries and spy novels while I am driving.
Core Quantum Technologies (CQT) has been awarded a $150,000 Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant by the National Science Foundation to develop fluorescing nanoparticles for medical diagnosis, imaging, and research. The Columbus-based start-up company invented a type of nanoparticle that emits different colors to tag molecules in biomedical tests.
By Brad Henry Medical procedures and Google GLASS are a hot topic. The medical community is exploring opportunities where GLASS may be of use. The Wexner Medical Center recently used GLASS to broadcast a surgical procedure to medical students via a Google Hangout. Medical training is not for everyone: the event was covered by the […]
This is the second part of my interview with Lauren Hensley, Ph.D., Associate Director of the Dennis Learning Center. (You can read the first part of the interview here.) I followed up with her after her participation in the UCAT book group on Kathleen F. Gabriel’s Teaching […]