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Ohio State Buckeye Bullet takes record as world’s fastest electric vehicle

COLUMBUS – Ohio State engineering students have designed and built the fastest electric race car in the world.  The Buckeye Bullet surpassed both national and international records and was clocked at 315 miles per hour.  This innovative student project focuses on education through hands-on experience.

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Researcher developing video technology for surveillance

COLUMBUS – An Ohio State University professor is developing an advanced video surveillance system that uses computers equipped with video cameras to not only detect the presence of people, but also to identify their activities.

The research has broad implications for national security as well as search and rescue, border patrol, law enforcement, and many other types of military applications.

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Using electricity to preserve fresh foods

Howard Zhang

A team of Ohio State University researchers, led by Professors Howard Zhang and Ken Lee of the Department of Food Science and Technology, are currently perfecting technology that uses electricity to preserve a variety of fresh foods, not only apples. The technology could revolutionize Ohio’s food and food-growing industries...

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Correcting vision problems during sleep

A team of researchers in Ohio State's College of Optometry are developing a new system called corneal refractive therapy, which works to correct vision problems during sleep, leaving vision greatly improved when patients awake.

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Creating a giant telescope mirror

In an airplane hangar in Columbus, OH, some 80 tons of steel, electronics, and cryogenic equipment are about to come together -- all to deposit one ounce of aluminum as a near-perfect, whisper-thin coating on a giant telescope mirror.

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