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News

A science building for the 21st century: Cordley Hall to undergo renovation

Renovations to Cordley Hall – home to Integrative Biology and Botany and Plant Pathology – will begin this summer. When the project is complete in 2024, Cordley Hall will be transformed into a welcoming, attractive academic home for the thousands of students the two departments service each term.

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Integrative Biology

Eminent zoologist named 2019 AAAS Fellow

Robert Mason, professor of integrative biology, has become a new Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Alumni and Friends

Distinguished Service Award: Embracing a legacy of Chinese scholarship

The Wei Family Foundation will receive College of Science Distinguished Service Award for their extraordinary commitment to the university and institution.

Thomas Sharpton with colleague analyzing samples in lab
Research

Science faculty research funding surges from last year

College of Science research funding surges in fiscal year 2019, increasing 46% to $16.46 million in new grants and awards.

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Events

The road to Stockholm: Nobel Laureate to share his personal journey

Nobel Laureate Louis Ignarro, a pharmacologist sometimes referred to as the “Father of Viagra,” will give a public lecture, “The Road to Stockholm – A Nobel Mission,” on August 16 at OSU.

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News

Renowned ecologists call for a new ocean narrative to spur new science and effective actions

Distinguished marine ecologist Jane Lubchenco proposes a “new narrative for the ocean” in an editorial published in the journal Science.

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Biochemistry & Biophysics

Biochemist’s startup technology will advance wide range of scientific research

Biochemist Joe Beckman has found a new molecule fragmentation technology to allow scientists to conduct research in new ways and across many diverse fields.

Roy Haggerty talking with female science students in his office
Student Success

New faculty-student mentor program to raise retention and graduation rates

OSU has launched a new mentoring program to strengthen faculty and students relationships, with the goal of improving student retention and graduation rates.

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Materials Science

Japanese musician recreates YInMn blue to help the children of Fukushima

YInMn blue - aka Soma Blue - spreads a message of hope and transformation in the city of Soma affected by the devastating Fukushima nuclear meltdown after Japan's 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

Walter Loveland with colleague receiving award
Chemistry

Famed nuclear chemist elected Fellow of American Chemical Society

Chemistry professor Walter Loveland named a 2018 Fellow by the American Chemical Society.

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Microbiology

Two science graduates win 2018 Fulbright awards

Microbiology alumni Dang Duong ('18) and Grace D'Angelo ('17) are selected for the 2018-19 Fulbright Awards.