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In answering alumni questions, the associate professor shares why we like some bad guys and despise others — and what that means about our culture.

Professors Lou DiMauro and Pierre Agostini, a 2023 Nobel laureate, are developing the next generation of big thinkers.

Feeling ambivalent about a political issue might seem to be a recipe for indecision and even inaction.

But a new study suggests, surprisingly, that ambivalence can actually lead some people…

Online news consumers tend to click on simpler headlines that use more common words and more readable writing, a new study finds. Researchers evaluated more than 30,000 real-world field…

This much we know: When viruses infect bacteria – a common occurrence in oceans, soils, even human guts – the interaction results in creation of entirely new organisms called “virocells.” But…

Online video game players believe the behavior known as “smurfing” is generally wrong and toxic to the gaming community – but most admit to doing it and say some reasons make the behavior less…

The third annual President’s Buckeye Accelerator has awarded $50,000 each to six teams of student entrepreneurs at The Ohio State University to further their startup business ventures. Winning…

Systems controlled by next-generation computing algorithms could give rise to better and more efficient machine learning products, a new study suggests. 

Using…

By James Grega

Claudia Turro, a professor and chair in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences. 

The NAS is committed to furthering…