Press Releases

January
26,
2023
| 11:54 AM America/New_York

Good things happen when leaders reflect on their mistakes

Study finds learning from errors leads to humility

While some leaders may believe they should appear flawless to their teams, a new study finds there are benefits for those who reflect on and learn from their mistakes.
January
25,
2023
| 07:50 AM America/New_York

Spinning food processing waste into ‘gold’

Study proposes profitable ways to repurpose industrial waste

There is money to be made – and potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions – by finding a second life for the potato peels, fried dough particles, cheese whey and other industrial food-processing
January
24,
2023
| 09:00 AM America/New_York

Reducing steel corrosion vital to combating climate change

Replacing corroded metal a major environmental issue, study finds

Every year, the United States spends nearly a trillion dollars fighting metallic corrosion, an electrochemical reaction that occurs when metals oxidize and begin to rust.
January
18,
2023
| 08:02 AM America/New_York

Negative marital communications leave literal, figurative wounds

Study links destructive interaction patterns to lower immune function

A tendency for one or both spouses to avoid or withdraw from tough conversations could set up married couples for emotional distress, bad feelings about their relationship, chronic inflammation and
January
16,
2023
| 15:04 PM America/New_York

How the last 12,000 years have shaped what humans are today

Researchers examined trends in evolution, adaptation

While humans have been evolving for millions of years, the past 12,000 years have been among the most dynamic and impactful for the way we live today, according to an anthropologist who organized a
January
13,
2023
| 10:47 AM America/New_York

John J. Warner named Wexner Medical Center chief executive officer and university executive vice president

Renowned physician and leader to direct future of health care at Ohio State

The Ohio State University announced today that nationally recognized clinician and health care leader John J. Warner, MD, MBA, will serve as CEO of the Wexner Medical Center and executive vice
January
12,
2023
| 11:03 AM America/New_York

Using machine learning to help monitor climate-induced hazards

Study finds way to track hurricane landfalls, other hazards using satellite data

Combining satellite technology with machine learning may allow scientists to better track and prepare for climate-induced natural hazards, according to research presented last month at the annual
January
11,
2023
| 08:29 AM America/New_York

How better planning, behavior regulation may lead to eating less fat

Study in pregnant women shows stress affects thinking, dietary patterns

New research suggests coaching overweight or obese pregnant women to improve their ability to plan and make progress toward goals may be key to helping them lower the amount of fat in their
January
04,
2023
| 10:00 AM America/New_York

Using satellites to track groundwater depletion in California

New twist on old tech offers novel monitoring solution

Researchers have pioneered the use of a tool that can track the loss of groundwater in California’s Central Valley by measuring how much the Earth is sinking.
December
19,
2022
| 15:07 PM America/New_York

How a test drive may lead to an electric vehicle purchase

Taking a spin boosts buyer identity as an early technology adopter

There’s something about test driving an electric vehicle that boosts some potential buyers’ personal identity as being early adopters of the latest technologies, a new study has
December
19,
2022
| 12:39 PM America/New_York

Learning from habitat ‘haves’ to help save a threatened rattlesnake

Study identifies landscape features that facilitate movements to breed

Comparing the genetics and relocation patterns of habitat “haves” and “have-nots” among two populations of threatened rattlesnakes has produced a new way to use scientific landscape data to guide