By Pam Frost Gorder A biotechnology company started by researchers at Ohio State has been cited as one of the nation’s best examples of the benefits that federally funded research provides to the American economy. The Science Coalition published a report highlighting 100 American companies that are “bringing transformational innovations to market, creating new jobs […]
By Jeff McCallister The construction fencing still surrounds much of Sullivant Hall, and the sights, sounds and smells of renovation in various stages permeate the hallways as work on what soon will be the gateway to the arts at Ohio State continues apace. But inside the northern wing of the grand old building, work is […]
Dance Downtown gives Zbikowski a chance to defy convention By Adam King You’re too fast, Abby!” “Abby, you’re too loud. Tone it down so we can hear the others!” “Don’t be so aggressive!” The admonishers never really understood Abigail Zbikowski, and why should they? In a dance studio, being conventional is part of the learning […]
Four professors at the Moritz College of Law will play a role in an upcoming play at the Wexner Center for the Arts, but not as actors or directors.
Innovator of the Year: Hesham El Gamal Electrical and Computer Engineering Hesham El Gamal is a world-renowned information theorist with key contributions to wireless communications that have been recognized by both industry and academia. His research has led to the development of pioneering technology that holds the promise of revolutionizing the mobile video delivery industry. […]
By Jay Hansen Ohio State’s partnership with Huntington Bank let the university demonstrate its commitment to innovative funding and gave the bank a chance to partner with a like-minded regional mainstay. It also created opportunity for a wide range of people within the greater university community. “This partnership has created benefits for Ohio State that […]
Rick Harrison of University Communications went to Ethiopia to help document the One Health Summer Initiative and came away with a new appreciation of the country and its people.
As Daniel Kramer takes the reins at Ohio State’s Industry Liaison Office (ILO), he said he plans to use the expertise he gained leading the College of Engineering’s ILO to build on the wider office’s strategies and successes.
Google Glass technology doesn’t have the ability to correct poor eyesight but it has improved the view for Ohio State students.
There wasn’t much of a shoulder to pedal along once Larry Lewellen left Oregon and hit California’s coastal Highway 1. Ohio State’s vice president for care coordination and health promotion was becoming increasingly nervous about the nearness of the traffic and the size of it…