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For 144 years, The Ohio State University's campus in Columbus has been the stage for academic achievement and a laboratory for innovation. It's where friendships are forged. It's where rivalries and revelry are born.

The university's main campus is one of America's largest and most comprehensive. As Ohio's best and one of the nation's top-20 public universities, Ohio State is further recognized by a top-rated academic medical center and a premier cancer hospital and research center. As a land-grant university, Ohio State has a physical presence throughout the state, with campuses and research centers located around Ohio.

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A new study from The Ohio State University found that mailing at-home HPV tests to hard-to-reach women may be a viable approach, one that could be especially helpful in regions such as Appalachia, where access to women’s health care can be limited.
This year's recipients of The Ohio State University's Presidential Prize will share their awards with organizations that impact the Columbus, Ohio community and beyond.
A new national study out of The Ohio State University shows that people whose mothers had more partners – married or cohabiting – often follow the same path.
A new hydrogeology learning lab in and near Mirror Lake gives students the opportunity to apply classroom learning without leaving campus.
A new study in animals suggests that paternal exercise might have a significant impact on the health of offspring – even into adulthood.
Chemists at The Ohio State University have developed a new and improved way to generate molecules that can enable the design of new types of synthetic drugs.
Researchers have developed designer molecules that may one day be able to seek out and trap deadly nerve agents and other toxic compounds in the environment – and possibly in humans.
University will cover full cost of tuition for Ohio Pell students at Mansfield and all regional campuses, extending reach of program set to begin in Columbus.
A program designed at The Ohio State University to reduce harmful stress in cancer patients can be taught to therapists from around the country and implemented at their sites, a new study shows.
Patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) who feel more stress also have more cancer cells in their blood and elevated levels of three other markers of more advanced disease, a new study finds.