A fundamental advance in understanding the physics of photonic “sintering” could lead to many new approaches to solar cells and flexible electronics.
Researchers have discovered a new approach to ice-free cryopreservation that could ultimately allow a much wider use of extreme cold to preserve tissues and even organs.
Research on adults ages 85 or older has found that rural residents have significantly higher levels of chronic disease, take more medications, and die earlier than their urban counterparts.
OSU faculty submitted an application to the federal Drug Enforcement Administration seeking permission to conduct research on industrial hemp.
Engineers have identified a new approach for the storage of concentrated solar thermal energy, to reduce its cost and make it more practical for wider use.
Research suggests that people with metabolic syndrome need more vitamin E, but are actually getting less of this nutrient to the tissues that need it.
Robotic technology created at OSU has achieved the most realistic implementation of human walking dynamics that has ever been done, and may become the pattern others will follow.
Two natural compounds, vitamin D and xanthohumol, appear to have the ability to address imbalances in gut microbiota that may set the stage for obesity and metabolic syndrome.
Researchers have discovered a new way, never before considered possible, to characterize the folding of proteins, which is one of the most basic processes of life.
Protection of ocean ecosystems is lagging far behind the efforts being made on land, even though significant progress has been made in the past decade.
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