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A new analysis suggests that open-ocean aquaculture for three species of finfish is a viable option for industry expansion under most climate change scenarios 

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OSU News Release
11/20/2017

For reef-building corals, not just any symbiotic algae will do, new research shows. The findings amount to another danger sign for the world’s coral reefs. 

OSU News Release
11/20/2017

A team of scientists that used motion-sensing tags to track the movements of more than five dozen blue whales off the California coast discovered that most have a lateralization bias – in other words, they essentially are “right-handed” or “left-handed.”

11/15/2017

A Canadian researcher who has discovered a source of water more than 2 billion years old – and tasted it for the sake of science – will present the 2017 Thomas Condon Lecture at Oregon State University on Wednesday, Nov. 29.

OSU News Release
11/15/2017

Oregon State University’s new marine studies building at its Hatfield Marine Science Center will not only increase the region’s marine science education and research capacity, it will use state-of-the-art architectural and engineering techniques to serve as one of the first “vertical evacuation” tsunami sites in the United States.

OSU News Release
11/09/2017

An OSU computer science professor is part of a team that will receive up to $7.1 million to develop a drone swarm infrastructure to help the U.S. military in urban combat.