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Among the many innovations happening in biomedical research today, one of the most exciting is our ability to study "organs-in-a-dish". Called organoids, these three-dimensional structures... [Read More]
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One blue surgical drape at a time, the patient disappeared, until all that showed was a triangle of her shaved scalp."Ten seconds of quiet in... [Read More]
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A new, highly effective typhoid vaccine — the only one safe for infants — has been approved for global use by the World Health Organization.... [Read More]
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They clean federal office buildings in Washington and nurse older people in Boston. They are rebuilding hurricane-wrecked Houston. And working on the Atlanta Falcons' new... [Read More]
Before anyone scoffs at Dennis Kucinich's bid to become Ohio's next governor, a few sobering facts come to mind for those who assume that, if... [Read More]
In an off-the-cuff comment with legislators gathered in the Oval Office on Thursday to discuss immigration, President Donald Trump laid bare his world vision. There... [Read More]
Did I miss a story in Thursday's Business section between C1 and C2? In the Dispatch article "Amazon OK'd for electricity discount" on C1, I... [Read More]
I respond to the Tuesday Dispatch article "Regulators reject Trump administration proposal to support coal, nuclear." Coal is on a struggling last leg, and the... [Read More]
Every day seems to bring a new outrageous action or statement by our president. His comments on Thursday about various "s***hole" nations simply follow in... [Read More]
The Tuesday op-ed column "Gov. Kasich has year to rescue his legacy" by Matt Mayer asserted that Gov. John Kasich's failure to turn Ohio into... [Read More]
I respond to the Wednesday cartoon by Dispatch Editorial Cartoonist Nate Beeler, which showed gubernatorial hopeful Dennis Kucinich in a spaceship. If Kucinich is a... [Read More]
Guess what? Donald Trump is a raving idiot. Every sentient person knows this, and if Michael Wolff is to be believed, so does most everyone... [Read More]
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A fascinating exhibit of paintings by an immigrant artist who has been quietly living in central Ohio for 17 years is on view at Otterbein... [Read More]
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One person was hospitalized in critical condition after two vehicles collided early Sunday on the Northeast Side.Columbus police were called to Stelzer Road at Citygate... [Read More]
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This sampling of homes sold recently in central Ohio comes from information supplied by real-estate agents.If you're an agent who would like to submit, fill... [Read More]
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TRIP OF THE WEEKEach week, the Travel team highlights an interesting travel package sent to our inboxes.Ireland and the Last Jedi EncounterZICASSO, 650-395-8890, zicasso.com/IrelandTHE TRIP:... [Read More]
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For years, Akron author David Giffels joked with his wife, Gina, about his wishes for a cheap and no-fuss funeral. A simple cardboard box would... [Read More]
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Beer has been brewed in Columbus since before the city became Ohio's capital.Curtis Schieber traces the beverage's history during the past 200 years in "Columbus... [Read More]
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"The Rooster Bar"BY JOHN GRISHAMThis novel offers a watery narrative in a bloated stew of current-news topics, seasoned with the notion that any action is... [Read More]
It was an open and shut case of "hamicide" for police officers in Columbus, Ohio. [Read More]
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