July 21st, 2017
The College of Science is delighted to announce that three of its faculty are receiving the University’s most prestigious annual awards
Doctoral student Isabelle Logan received the 2017-18 Christopher and Catherine Mathews Graduate Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics.
The College of Science congratulates 18 faculty who received promotions and/or tenure for the 2016-17 academic year.
Thirty-four science majors presented their research at the Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence event sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Studies.
Corvallis Public Library presents a public lecture on the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine by Viviana Perez, assistant professor of biochemistry and biophysics.
Two science students have received Goldwater Scholarships for 2017, the top undergraduate award in the country for sophomores and juniors in STEM fields.
Three science students and alumni have received prestigious Fulbright Awards for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Biochemistry and molecular biology junior Tricia Chau received a 2017 Tunison Scholarship for her impressive scholarly achievements.
Biochemist Viviana Perez has found that a compound called rapamycin has unusual properties that may help address neurologic damage such as Alzheimer’s disease.
Since the mid-1990s, biochemistry professor Ryan Mehl has been working to find the perfect chemical reaction for attaching proteins to just about anything. And now […]
Associate Dean Matt Andrews’ research on blood loss therapy at the University of Minnesota-Duluth is expanding the window for life-saving medical treatment.
Biochemistry & biophysics graduate student Paroma Chatterjee’s thesis project selected to represent Thermo Fisher’s traveling posters on molecular probes brand reagents at airports worldwide.