2012 Distinguished Professor Lecture entertains while it educates: John Kopchick shows how mice, football and dirty shorts led to groundbreaking drug
Innovation Awards honor eight regional inventors, entrepreneurs
Graduate students organize first Appalachian cell biology conference
Meet Distinguished Professor John Kopchick
Shiyong Wu named director of Edison Biotechnology Institute
Darlene Berryman named director of Diabetes Institute
Kopchick receives Ohio Patent Impact Award
Endowed Research Chair Named in Honor of John Kopchick
Biotech Booster: When Ohio University’s Edison Biotechnology Institute was searching for a new Executive-in-Residence to help nurture young biotech companies in Southeast Ohio, Jeff Wiseman seemed like a perfect fit.
State awards $500,000 to Innovation Center, Edison Biotech Institute to boost economic growth
Yo-yo dieting vs. obesity? Dieters may be healthier, live longer, study finds
Ohio biomedical, energy and technology firms showcase new work for investors, entrepreneurs
Ohio University, inventors to receive up to $52 million from drug license transactions
Lab Lessons: A life in research: Student scientists at Edison Biotechnology Institute get a first glimpse
Ohio University's research licensing income rises to $8.2 million
Discovering Hope: Scientists at Ohio University are developing compounds that one day could lead to new medical treatments for disease, from cancer to diabetes.
Ohio University is top Ohio public school for research royalty income, national study finds
The Big Dig: The amount of data involved in analyzing the human, animal, and plant genomes can boggle the mind. The field of bioinformatics marries super computers with molecular biology to solve some of the biggest problems in medicine and science.
John Kopchick discusses his work (video)
Colleagues discuss John Kopchick (video)