Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
A large group of energy insiders gathered in Columbus to learn more about the advances in natural gas. The keynote speaker was former U.S. energy secretary Steven Chu.
Oftentimes crop farmers keep their heads down while walking a field. But at this year’s Farm Science Review their eyes are on the sky. Ohio State aerospace engineer, Matthew McCrink is demonstrating unmanned aeriel vehicles or drones. The drones are equipped with high-resolution cameras to give literally a bird’s eye view of field conditions.
So many people tried to log onto the Ohio Department of Education website Thursday that the system crashed. The site contains the new “A” through “F” rankings for the state’s public school districts. Not surprisingly, perhaps, Columbus City Schools were ranked rather poorly. The district earned 4 “F’s,” 3 “D’s” and 2 “C’s.”
Plans were unveiled Tuesday to develop the area around COSI. 56 acres surrounding the center would be highlighted by a new veterans’ memorial, a downtown Columbus zoo exhibit, the creation of a new neighborhood and a lot more green space.
A sixth person has died in Ohio’s largest outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease.
Persistent toxic algae blooms are wreaking havoc on Ohio’s multi-billion dollar lake tourism industry. Elected officials and state agencies are fighting back with new tools to better help them monitor the blooms and reduce the nutrients feeding them from Ohio farms and cities. But the battle isn’t over yet.
A fifth person has been confirmed to have died from contracting legionnaires disease at the Wesley Ridge Retirement Community in Reynoldsburg.
Published reports now say four people have died from Legionnaires’ Disease at an east side retirement community.
The new chief of information security at Ohio State University says the university doesn’t report many of the thousands of cyber attacks against the school.
The cavernous basement of Rhodes Hall is described as Grand Central Station for good reason. A swarm of Automatic Guided Vehicles whiz and whir: slide and glide through the hallways powered by nickel cadmium batteries and guided by series of computer-controlled censors installed overhead and in the floor.