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NEXT: Redesigning Plants for Energy, Fuel, Light

David Staley David Staley NEXT: Redesigning Plants for Energy, Fuel, Light

Researchers at MIT recently unveiled a project where they inserted the enzyme that makes fireflies glow into a watercress plant. The result is a plant whose leaves glow for about four hours. At present, the glow produced is quite dim, but the engineers hope that via this technique they can convert the watercress into a […]

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Hocking Hills to Introduce John Glenn Astronomy Park in June

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Hocking Hills to Introduce John Glenn Astronomy Park in June

Hocking Hills continues to be a key destination for visitors with a love for hiking, clear skies, nature, and astronomy, with the latter getting a major boost this summer. Members of the Friends of Hocking Hills State Park (FHHSP) will host the grand opening of the John Glenn Astronomy Park on Thursday, June 21. Named […]

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OhioHealth Enhances Patient Experience through New Technical Solutions

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega OhioHealth Enhances Patient Experience through New Technical Solutions

Going to the doctor sucks. It’s not even about the nauseating ear and nose check, or the stick down your throat, or the cold end of a stethoscope on your back. It’s literally just going that almost makes it not worth it. First step is finding a physician. Then, you have to schedule an appointment […]

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NEXT: Tech That Generates Fake News

David Staley David Staley NEXT: Tech That Generates Fake News

The new ambassador to the Netherlands, Peter Hoekstra, was asked by Dutch interviewers recently to clarify statements he had made in 2015 that Dutch cities were in chaos because of “the Islamic movement.” “There are cars being burned. There are politicians that are being burned…And yes, there are no-go zones in the Netherlands,” he told […]

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‘Traveling the Silk Road’ Exhibit Runs Through September 3 at COSI

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman ‘Traveling the Silk Road’ Exhibit Runs Through September 3 at COSI

On Saturday, March 3, COSI unveiled its latest exhibition “Traveling the Silk Road: Ancient Pathway to the Modern World” in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History. COSI’s partnership with the American Museum of History began with the opening of the Dinosaur Gallery in November. This newest exhibit again features large-scale displays and significant […]

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Dublin’s Cresttek Leading the Way on Route 33 Smart Mobility Corridor

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Dublin’s Cresttek Leading the Way on Route 33 Smart Mobility Corridor

No one is immune to change. Just consider your cell phone and the number of times it needs to update, or the rate at which new phone models are designed, or the proliferation of applications that you can download on it to make your life easier and simpler. It’s not stopping, and it’s actually getting […]

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NEXT: A Market Where Data Creation is Paid Labor

David Staley David Staley NEXT: A Market Where Data Creation is Paid Labor

I recently completed a six-month program with my insurance company where I implanted a device in my car that measured my driving habits. In exchange, based on the quality of my driving as measured by their metrics, I got a discount on my rate. (But I could have just as easily received no discount.) The […]

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ALL THINGS BRUNCH FEST 2018!

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The biggest brunch festival in Columbus returns! Join us on Friday, April 20th for the ALL THINGS BRUNCH Festival and taste your way through the best sweet and savory brunch menus that Columbus has to offer! Limited tickets are available and are likely to sell out in advance:

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS