News

  1. Our Summer students

    Jul 14, 2021

    Maggie Gottfried, Garrett Herb and Eric Devney held their presentations to sum up their summer research program. Thanks for staying with us!

     

  2. Team Building Hungarian Style

    Team Building Hungarian Style

    Jun 17, 2021

    A month has passed since the undergrads joined the Biomerg group. It was time for a little celebration and team building! Thanks to Kristof and Eniko, we had some wonderful Hungarian Goulash soup (Gulyas) with freshly baked bread and strawberry sponge cake (Epres piskota) and walnut roll (Dios beigli).

     

  3. Congratulations to Dr. Carin A. Helfer.

    Jun 6, 2021

    Congratulations to Dr. Carin A. Helfer who is co-PI on the OSU Wooster Campus Recycling Center project that was awarded $99,987 from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Recycle Ohio Grant Program on 5/28/2021 (PI:  Dr. Fred Michel, FABE, OSU; co-PI:  Cathy Herms, HCS, OSU).

  4. Puskas lab

    Jun 6, 2021

    May 20st Lab life in the Puskas lab: students hard at work.

     

  5. We are very happy to welcome....

    May 10, 2021

     We are very happy to welcome Maggie Gottfried, Eric Devney and Garrett Herb in our group. The joined the group as undergraduate researchers for the summer.

  6. State of the University 2021

    Feb 21, 2021

     

     

  7. Liquid chromatography at critical conditions (LCCC): Capabilities and limitations for polymer analysis

    Jan 20, 2021

    Abstract
  8. Two CFAES Faculty Named 2020 Fellows for the National Academy of Inventors

    Dec 17, 2020

    Two faculty members from CFAES have been named to the 2020 Class of Fellows for the National Academy of Inventors (NAI)Monica Giusti, PhD, Professor in FST and Judit Puskas, PhD

  9. Professor Puskas has been elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

    Dec 12, 2020

    www.academyofinventors.org

  10. COVID-19

    Apr 8, 2020

    November 20 - 2020 Unfortunately, the COVID crisis is getting worse. However, my sister-in-law told me to emphasize the survival rate instead of the infection and death rate – this could be more positive:

    0-19 years 99.997%

    20-49 years 99.980%

    50-69 years 99.500%

    Over 70 94.600%

    Perhaps this way we can reduce panic and anxiety?

     

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