Through OSU's Austin Entrepreneurship Program, Dylan Boye and Blake Heiss are making their business dream come true.
An OSU scientist's trip to the coast inspired a new adhesive that may revolutionize the wood products industry.
OSU's Education Double Degree is allowing Evan Johnson to take advantage of his love for computers and for teaching.
Pua McBride became involved in OSU's Residence Hall Association to keep busy and to try to help other Hawaiian students adjust.
As OSU scientists make new discoveries and provide improved products for the world, the Radiation Center often plays an important role.
As an OSU undergraduate, Nick Ehlers has been involved in research projects in Panama, the Bahamas, and Newport, Oregon.
An OSU-based team hopes to send a self-guiding driverless vehicle over a rugged desert course for the challenge--and a shot at $2 million.
Kenneth Lowe chose singing over blocking to help pay his way through college.
Katie Briggs devotes her Friday evenings to playing with and helping children who have special needs.
Tom Weeks' signs have been on the Oregon coast for years. Now they've gone international.
Study finds tropical fish moving into temperate waters
Introverts could shape extroverted co-workers’ career success, OSU study shows
New study finds “saturation state” directly harmful to bivalve larvae
Un nuevo estudio demuestra que el “estado de saturación del carbonato”, no el CO2 o el pH, es directamente nocivo para los bivalvos
“Big Data” challenge seeks techie solution to science problem
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