Q&A: With support from Google, political science professor to counteract vaccine misinformation
Thomas Wood, assistant professor of political science, is using a share of a $450,000 gift from Google to study how fact-checking can counter misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Four Arts and Sciences faculty named 2020 highly cited researchers
Four faculty members in the College of Arts and Sciences have been named on the annual Highly Cited Researchers 2020 list from Clarivate.
How the pandemic revealed cracks in global supply chains
the start of the pandemic shocked many Americans with empty shelves as global supply chains sputtered. But even the end of the pandemic is unlikely to solve many of the issues with global supply chains.
Startup helps focus attention on government-sponsored research
IR Medtek, a startup spun out of technology from Ohio State, will be recognized for innovating a fast infrared cancer probe that can aid in determining whether an abnormality is cancerous.
Sharing gratitude this Thanksgiving
We want to recognize — in the small ways we can — how folks in the Arts and Sciences have helped one another get through these past few months with a collection of expressions of gratitude from Arts and Sciences students, faculty and staff.
FRIT offers new major: French and Francophone Studies
The Department of French and Italian has added another interdisciplinary major: French and Francophone Studies. The new major provides more flexibility and encourages them to add a second complementary major.
Start your engines: How cars can kill coronavirus
How hot would the inside of a car have to get to kill COVID-19? The Ford Motor Company solicited the help of Associate Professor Jesse Kwiek and Lab Supervisor Jeff Jahnes in microbiology to find out.
What election polls actually tell us about presidential races
As President Donald Trump’s 2016 victory revealed — and this year's nail-biter is reinforcing — any prediction can be turned upside down once the votes are counted. How trustworthy are polls in reality, and what may have gone wrong this time?
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