October 5th, 2018
The more people a city has and the more organized its residents’ movement patterns, the longer its flu season is apt to last.
A new $1.1 million grant led by ecologist Francis Chan will track and measure the effects of hypoxia on marine species and habitats in Oregon. […]
Oregon State microbiologists have made a key advance toward understanding which of the trillions of gut microbes may play important roles in how humans and […]
Manta rays’ feeding mechanism may hold clues to a new, improved filtration system.
The College of Science received $11.3 million in research grants and awards in FY18.
Ph.D. student Amber Vogel received the 2018-19 Christopher and Catherine Mathews Graduate Fellowship in biochemistry and biophysics.
Genetic research has shed new light on how isolated populations of the same species evolve toward reproductive incompatibility and thus become separate species.
OSU biophysicist Weihong Qiu has solved a longstanding puzzle concerning the design of molecular motors, paving the way toward new cancer therapies.
Nearly 400 scientists and acclaimed science writer Ed Yong will participate in the 9th International Symbiosis Society Congress at OSU.
The NSF Research Traineeship project on “Risk and Uncertainty Quantification in Marine Science” at OSU is preparing a new generation of natural resource scientists.
Physicist’s discovery on light and pollination can have an impact on the $15 billion bee economy.
Physicist Oksana Ostroverkhova discovers a semi-conducting material in organic pigment secreted by wood-eating fungi.