CORVALLIS - An Oregon State University international warm water research program is featured in a new Washington, D.C. photographic exhibit.
"Working Together for Mutual Benefit," showcases the efforts and impacts of OSU's Pond Dynamics and Aquaculture Collaborative Research Support Program, as well as eight other research support programs. The exhibit is on display in the Ronald Reagan Building and the International Trade Center through the end of the year.
Collaborative Research Support Programs are agricultural projects funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development, which link U.S. land grant universities, including OSU, with international research institutions around the world. The research provides benefits to the U.S. projects as well as participating countries.