March 18th, 2019
Mathematician Mai Gehrke from the Université Côte d’Azur in Nice, France, will present the 34th annual Lonseth Lecture on April 19.
A Fulbright research scholarship will take mathematician Elise Lockwood to Norway to investigate the role computing plays in students’ learning of mathematics.
Microbiologist Andrew Thurber’s discovery is one of the first times a commercially harvested species has been seen using methane seeps as an energy source.
Microbiology graduate student develops a board game designed to help students understand the microbial ecology of the oceans and movement of biomass.
Mathematician Tevian Dray taught a graduate course in Lorentzian Geometry and General Relativity at the Université de Abomey-Calavi in Benin.
Chemist Xiulei (David) Ji and his team have found that a chemical mechanism first described more than two centuries ago can revolutionize energy storage.
In a groundbreaking study, OSU microbiologists find a clear link between aggressive behavior and the microbes that live in the dogs’ guts.
As the newly appointed coordinator of the Math and Statistics Learning Center, Wendy Rose Aaron will enhance the tools provided to mathematics students campus wide.
Alumnus and Distinguished Emeritus Professor of chemistry Ken Hedberg (’43) passed away on January 5, 2019, just a month shy of his 99th birthday and […]
The emergence of new data gives researchers hope for tackling a tough problem.
Bill Sandine, emeritus professor of microbiology, was known for his formidable contributions to the science of fermentation.
Stress relief events at the College of Science help tackle a growing problem on campuses nationwide.