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Ohio State News (college-arts-sciences)

2022
May
12,
2022
| 13:44 PM America/New_York
Ohio State University Executive Vice President and Provost Melissa L. Gilliam announced today that Wendy Smooth, associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion in the College of Arts and Sciences, will serve as the university’s senior vice provos...
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May
04,
2022
| 15:05 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University has collaborated with Getty Images, a global visual content creator and marketplace, to launch Picturing Black History, a joint initiative to recontextualize and surface Black histories, providing new perspectives and sheddi...
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April
29,
2022
| 13:00 PM America/New_York
David G. Horn has been appointed dean of The Ohio State University’s College of Arts and Sciences....
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April
22,
2022
| 14:00 PM America/New_York
Federal funding for biomedical research has a “ripple effect” of stimulating new studies even beyond the original purposes of a grant and may provide unexpected benefits, a new study suggests....
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April
22,
2022
| 10:00 AM America/New_York
When it came to choosing a location for her Fulbright experience, Jasmine Stork admits that part of what drew her to Poland is how little she knew about the area....
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April
13,
2022
| 11:00 AM America/New_York
A species of bacteria that infect corn crops compel their hosts to produce a feast of nutrients that keeps the pathogens alive and thriving long before they start to kill the plant’s cells, new research shows....
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April
07,
2022
| 14:01 PM America/New_York
Ocean water samples collected around the world have yielded a treasure trove of new data about RNA viruses, expanding ecological research possibilities and reshaping our understanding of how these small but significant submicroscopic particles evolve...
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April
05,
2022
| 19:02 PM America/New_York
Social bonding between randomly assigned college roommates is not only a human phenomenon, a new study on vampire bats suggests....
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March
28,
2022
| 08:11 AM America/New_York
There may be a way in the future to enhance diabetes treatment – with better control of blood sugar and its use by the brain, and a lower risk for neurological problems – by attaching insulin to a specially designed nanomaterial....
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March
18,
2022
| 11:30 AM America/New_York
The Ohio State University is home to one of the country’s larger collections of some of the planet’s smaller creatures. The C.A. Triplehorn Insect Collection holds more than 4 million dry pinned insect specimens and another 2.5 million wet specimens....
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March
17,
2022
| 13:00 PM America/New_York
One of the more arresting pieces in To Begin, Again: A Prehistory of the Wex, 1968-89 at the Wexner Center for the Arts is a 40-foot-long sculpture made by Betty Collings. “Dance” is an inflated, pale vinyl tube that twists and turns over itself. It ...
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March
15,
2022
| 08:17 AM America/New_York
The parasites that cause a disfiguring skin disease affecting about 12 million people globally may have met their match in vaccines developed using CRISPR gene-editing technology, new research suggests....
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March
14,
2022
| 08:22 AM America/New_York
Researchers have developed a new method for training people to be creative, one that shows promise of succeeding far better than current ways of sparking innovation....
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March
04,
2022
| 13:30 PM America/New_York
Bart Elmore, an associate professor in The Ohio State University Department of History, was one of nine early- to mid-career scholars of history to receive the 2022 Dan David Prize....
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March
02,
2022
| 11:00 AM America/New_York
Early last month, Elissa Washuta, assistant professor of creative writing in the Ohio State University English department, received word that her latest book, “White Magic,” was on the shortlist for the 2022 PEN Open Book Award....
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March
01,
2022
| 15:43 PM America/New_York
Scientists have discovered that a human receptor protein has the ability to detect individual amino acids in exactly the same way that bacteria do....
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February
23,
2022
| 10:40 AM America/New_York
Astronomers have used a new technique to confirm a real-life Tatooine, the fictional planet with two suns that was home to Luke Skywalker in “Star Wars.”...
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February
04,
2022
| 07:55 AM America/New_York
When it comes to establishing prairies that support pollinators on reclaimed industrial land, a new study suggests native plant diversity matters less than seeding species with the ability to persist in poor soils....
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January
31,
2022
| 15:08 PM America/New_York
When people choose between two high-value items, their decisions tend to be fast and accurate, a new study showed – exactly the opposite of what many scientists expected....
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January
26,
2022
| 07:29 AM America/New_York
The 2021 class of Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) includes seven Ohio State University investigators from the colleges of Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Medicine....
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January
20,
2022
| 07:38 AM America/New_York
What’s the best way to improve a sad mood? It may be whatever skill you think you’re best at, a new study suggests....
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January
18,
2022
| 11:04 AM America/New_York
A new study suggests disgust sensitivity can and does change – and, during the COVID-19 pandemic, concern about getting sick with a coronavirus infection was associated with an increase in disgust sensitivity....
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January
06,
2022
| 10:00 AM America/New_York
From anti-tobacco ads starting in the 70s, to the musical “Rent,” to a surge of coronavirus-inspired street art, public health topics are woven throughout arts and culture....
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January
04,
2022
| 09:15 AM America/New_York
Black holes really are giant fuzzballs, a new study says....
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2021
December
30,
2021
| 10:40 AM America/New_York
A new study shows how cell membranes curve to create the “mouths” that allow the cells to consume things that surround them....
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December
21,
2021
| 14:48 PM America/New_York
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for the Ohio State News research communications team, when we invite readers to vote for the university’s Coolest Science Story of the Year....
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December
17,
2021
| 10:49 AM America/New_York
Atomic-scale magnetic patterns resembling a hedgehog’s spikes could result in hard disks with massively larger capacities than today’s devices, a new study suggests. The finding could help data centers keep up with the exponentially increasing demand...
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December
15,
2021
| 13:09 PM America/New_York
HIV replication in the human body requires that specific viral RNAs be packaged into progeny virus particles. A new study has found how a small difference in the RNA sequence can allow the viral RNA to be packaged for replication, creating potential ...
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November
18,
2021
| 09:54 AM America/New_York
Circadian dysfunction linked to Alzheimer’s disease is known to disrupt sleep and daily activity patterns. New research in a mouse model of the disease suggests beta-amyloid buildup in the brain, one of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease, could als...
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November
16,
2021
| 11:01 AM America/New_York
The most common pharmaceuticals on the market are made by chaining together rings of molecules to create the drugs that treat conditions including pain, depression and leukemia. But creating those rings and forming them in a way that is tailored to e...
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