Researchers at Central State University in Ohio are working to develop traits in honeybees that would combat parasitic mites, one of the biggest causes of colony loss.
Ohio State University is spearheading efforts to establish partnerships between large research universities and smaller colleges to train workers for the semiconductor industry.
Across the Great Lakes, researchers are expanding their use of digital monitors to serve as an early warning system for weather and water quality.
Across the country, cell phone data is being used to track the rate of downtown recovery post-pandemic in a new study. The study showed the southern part of the U.S. is bouncing back.
The state of Ohio's smart mobility initiative, DriveOhio, began testing automated vehicles on rural roads in March.
Families are expected to spend 40% more on items for school this fall, compared to 2019 according to the National Retail Federal (NRF).
Small U.S. cities are losing airline service at an alarming rate as a pilot shortage forces carriers to redraw their route maps amid surging travel demand.
To avoid camping crowds, more people are opting to explore the great outdoors in unexpected places this summer. A Christmas tree farm in Ohio allows camping.
Across the country, steel production is expected to increase due to a new federal mandate that prioritizes U.S. steel over foreign alternatives. Starting May 14, all federally funded infrastructure is required to use U.S.-made steel and iron.