Tory Hagen's research suggests it may be possible to slow-and perhaps even reverse-the aging process.
The world's largest tsunami wave tank may help reduce death and destruction caused by the big waves. Photo by Sol Neelman, The Oregonian
Suzanne Austin's undergraduate research internship helps determine why bluebird populations are declining.
Stephen Giovannoni looks for life in some of the most inhospitable places on Earth--and he usually finds it.
Kalkidan Tadesse is preparing for her future with research that could help protect alpacas and llamas from anemia.
Aerin Holman combines her apparel design major and her love for the theater--with outstanding results.
Graduate student Jeff Bender won a prestigious Intel Foundation Ph.D. fellowship for his involvement in OSU's groundbreaking transparent electronics research.
OSU's Spring Creek Project brings together people from different disciplines to examine the relationship between human culture and nature.
George Poinar's research provides information about life millions of years ago.
But it's also about education. About research. About public service. And about fun.
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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