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New app plots to solve clean water issues

Every summer, harmful algae blooms invade many bodies of water, such as Buckeye Lake and Lake Erie. In 2014, the toxic algae level in Lake Erie reached a record high, leaving more than 400,000 people in Toledo with unsafe tap water. This algae issue is ...

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Authentic Chinese hard to find but worth a try

When eating out, Chinese restaurants might be a good place to consider. Chinese food is many people’s favorite, but a lot of restaurants fail to provide authentic Chinese food. These restaurants modified the food to appeal to an American taste. If you are looking for ...

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Gallery: Mac and Cheese Festival

      The first Columbus mac and cheese festival took place on Friday at Easton Town Center. The sold-out event featured 18 restaurants offering samples, with proceeds to benefit adolescent and young adult cancer research at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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Buckeye Bullet blasts past record in Bonneville

While the maximum speed limit in Ohio is 70 mph, a few Buckeyes helped their vehicle go about 270 mph faster earlier this month. Ohio State’s Venturi Buckeye Bullet 3 team — consisting of undergraduate and graduate students, and their driver, Roger Schroer — achieved ...

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Sleep apnea treatment hailed by OSU researchers

An implanted nerve stimulator is a safe treatment for a serious respiratory disease, a study conducted with the help of Ohio State researchers has found. Implanted nerve stimulators, which are pacemaker-like devices, were developed to treat central sleep apnea, or CSA. Unlike obstructive sleep apnea, which is ...

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Ohio State research aims to send electric cars farther

Ohio State scientists are researching new technology that would allow for a more powerful type of battery for electric cars. The batteries would last longer, charge quicker and prevent discharge. Conventional batteries store ions in electrodes, which slows down the speed of charging down. The ...

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