What is the “new soft money” in politics and how does it differ from the “old soft money”?
What is gluten, where do you find it and is it bad for you?
We’ve heard a lot about mumps and measles. What is the status of these outbreaks and what should people take away from the resurgence of these two viral infections?
What are harmful algal blooms and why do we call them “harmful?”
What is a cook chill process and how does it fit the needs of the Wexner Medical Center?
Is climate change really happening and how does corn fit into the picture?
Sociology Professor Claudia Buchmann focuses on gender, race and class inequalities in higher education. She has a new book, The Rise of Women: The Growing Gender Gap in Education and What It Means for American Schools: When did the educational gender gap favoring girls and women begin? Some of the gender gap in schooling is […]
Aparna Dial is director of Energy Services and Sustainability in the Office of Energy and Environment. Where does Ohio State stand in achieving its energy goals? Ohio State made a public declaration of its commitment to work toward climate neutrality by signing the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment in 2008 and adopting a […]
Is marijuana medicine? This is a question I have been investigating for the past few years. The concept of medical marijuana is not a new one. A Chinese pharmacy book, written about 2737 BCE, was probably the first to mention its use as a medicine. Recent investigations indicate that marijuana may offer protection from the […]
What are we talking about when we say we “listened” to a song, and what are these things that we listen to anyway?