OSU’s Institute for Natural Resources offers a place for Oregonians with diverse opinions to freely explore--and perhaps resolve--environmental challenges.
Alan Mui and his partners, (left to right) Howie Price, Brian Gin, and Chris Allen, developed an affordable web-based surveillance system.
Kent Abel is working on a process that will allow him to look through steel and nonmetallic pipes.
Jeff Olivas rode across the country this summer to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities.
Hung-Yok Ip is exploring the relevance of Buddhism to the modern and postmodern world.
OSU's Open Source Lab is becoming a focal point for Open Source software development at the university and beyond.
Michael Morrissey samples an oyster shooter made through a process the OSU Seafood Laboratory helped develop. Photo: Lynn Ketchum, OSU Extension and Experiment Station Communications
David Rosowsky destroys buildings in order to make them better.
Students, faculty, and visiting business leaders are living and working in the renovated hall focused on entrepreneurship.
Ariko Iso, OSU Exercise and Sport Science graduate, is the National Football League's first female athletic trainer.
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
OSU Center for Latino/a Studies and Engagement joins Latino consortium
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