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Surgery aims to ease knee cartilage damage

The state of Ohio saw another first in orthopaedic surgery when Dr. David Flanigan of the OSU Wexner Medical Center used a NeoCart tissue implant, made from a patient’s own cells, to treat knee cartilage damage last week. The surgery, which occurred March 3, is one ...

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Students help Columbus rank in top 30 green power cities

Thirteen might be an unlucky number for some, but for city officials, university professors and some students, it’s an accomplishment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Top 30 Local Government list, a list measuring the top city governments using green power across the country, Columbus ...

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Students take hacking on the road

Josh Kuehn didn’t do well during his first hackathon, but that didn’t stifle his inspiration to help make what he calls the “tech culture” at Ohio State bigger. The 36-hour OHI/O hackathon in Fall Semester 2014 was Kuehn’s first experience with a hacking marathon, and ...

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FCC vote might change how companies charge for Internet

Sixty-eight percent of college students have used Netflix to binge-watch a television show, according to a study published by Student Life website studlife.com in November. But viewers’ experience on Netflix could change with the Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming decision on net neutrality, said Chris Wallace, ...

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