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One of our recent undergraduate alums, Caitlin O’Brien, working with two other undergraduates, was selected last year for the President’s Buckeye Accelerator Award.  Their project, called…

Researchers have used the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument to make the largest 3D map of 

our universe and world-leading measurements of dark energy, the mysterious cause of its…

JWST data reveals how dust, gas assemble to form galactic disks 

For the first time, high-resolution images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope are offering powerful insights…

Where do stars and planets come from? New observations with the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA’s groundbreaking new James Webb Space Telescope, and the giant radio telescope ALMA reveal galaxies in…

Ohio State Energy Partners (OSEP), the university’s comprehensive energy management partnership, has announced 2023-24 grants for projects that advance access to STEM education for people with…

Astronomers have revealed new evidence about the properties of the giant bubbles of high-energy gas that extend far above and below the Milky Way galaxy’s center. 

Harrison Blake, a rising senior, has been awarded the Astronaut Scholarship, which recognizes outstanding students in STEM pursuing research careers.

Blake was awarded the scholarship for…

An Ohio State University astronomy professor has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors a scientist can receive in the U.S. 

CCAPP is proud to announce Dhayaa Anbajagane (U. Chicago) and Jason Hinkle (U. Hawaii) as the winners of the 2023 Price Prize in Cosmology and Astrophysics!          …