Discovery at Ohio State
Accelerating Discovery, Solving Complex Problems
Discovery at Ohio State is the way in which we connect diverse ideas and people across disciplines and communities. It’s the way that our outstanding faculty, devoted university campuses, and engaged partners connect to form and scale teams that translate knowledge into solutions. It is a passion to ask questions yet to be asked and tackle problems yet to be solved.
The Discovery Themes Initiative embodies this attitude. Building on the full strength of Ohio State’s teaching and research, with the support of the Office of Research, we are further expanding our capacity to address complex problems at a pace and scale few others can match.
Chronic Brain Injury
Advancing the prevention, detection, and treatment of brain injuries to relieve the human and economic burdens they cause.Learn More
Foods for Health
Integrating food, nutrition and metabolomics to prevent and treat many chronic health conditions.Learn More
Food and AgriCULTURAL Transformation
New thought for sustainable systems to produce and distribute food as we confront climate change, shrinking resources and a growing population.Learn More
Humanities and the Arts
Addressing the complexity of today’s problems first means understanding their human and social dimensionsLearn More
Toward a world free from the threat of infectious diseases.Learn More
Materials and Manufacturing for Sustainability
New materials and manufacturing innovation accelerating global sustainability.Learn More
Sustainable and Resilient Economy
Integration of science, engineering, humanities and the arts to enable a global transition to an equitable and prosperous society.Learn More
Translational Data Analytics
Connecting complex data sets to advance education, business, and communities.Learn More
Sustainability is a Success in 2017 at Ohio State
February 13, 2018 Two years after the establishment of university-wide sustainability goals, The Ohio State University continues to make progress toward meeting the pressing c...
FFH Metabolomics News - January 2018
January 31, 2018 Research news, funding opportunities, new hires, and more in the latest edition of the Metabolomics News.
Ohio State’s InFACT hosted A.G. Kawamura: Envisioning an Agricultural Renaissance
January 24, 2018 A.G. Kawamura, former Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture (2003-2010), addressed a group of OSU faculty, staff and students, and e...