Oregon State educators and researchers are having an impact in the metro area.
OSU's College of Engineering is revolutionizing engineering education through hands-on, real-world design.
OSU's innovative 4-H Wildlife Stewards Program, designed to bring native plants back to school grounds, is catching on around the state and may be on the verge of becoming nationwide.
An OSU research team, led by Pharmacy professor Bill Gerwick, has found algae off the coast of Venezuela that may have potential in treating pain, epilepsy, and neurodegenerative diseases.
An OSU anthropology research team has discovered that language barriers, immigration status, and lack of knowledge about the system keep many Oregonians from health care.
An innovative teacher education program helps OSU students prepare to teach in a multicultural classroom by providing on-the-job experience.
OSU students in chemical engineering are testing ways to recycle biological and human waste in weightless conditions. Their research may help make long space voyages possible.
Oregon State University to close at noon as snow surpasses forecasts
Scientists calculate friction of Japan’s 9.0 earthquake in 2011
New study identifies five distinct humpback populations in North Pacific
Older, wealthier Oregonians most likely to take water conservation seriously
Online access to spotted wing drosophila genome could accelerate research
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