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Joachim Moortgat, an associate professor in the School of Earth Sciences, provided background on hydrogen extraction for a feature in New Scientist. “The gold hydrogen rush: Does Earth…

Our own Professor Thomas H. Darrah was recently featured in an article by Forbes. Cofounder of Koloma, a clean fuel startup company, Darrah spent years studying where hydrogen pockets…

The Carboniferous Period (359–200 million years ago) is known as the “Age of Coal Swamps” and the “Age of Sharks.” And Ohio’s Carboniferous rocks are rich in both coal formed in these swamps and…

Photo of Professor Alex Michaud from the field, collecting sediment cores near the terminus of Kongsbreen, a glacier on the west coast of Spitsbergen,…