August 15th, 2017
Microbes that produce important secretions for use in a community can suffer a blow to their own fitness for supplying the non-producing “cheater” bacteria when […]
Thirty-four science majors presented their research at the Celebrating Undergraduate Excellence event sponsored by the Division of Undergraduate Studies.
A new study by Oregon State microbiologists reveals how deep-water bacteria’s genomes break down carbon molecules
The Oregon State University Microbiome Initiative is offering a series of events including a training workshop, a research forum and a public lecture featuring an […]
Fueled by an urgency driving microbiome research nationally, the College of Science launches the OSU Microbiome Initiative this spring.
The Microbiomes: Connecting Communities exhibit is open to the public until May 12, and displays artwork by students and faculty/staff shaped by collaborations between art […]
Three Ph.D. students in integrative biology and microbiology receive prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program fellowships for 2017.
OSU Microbiologist discovers that Chitosan, a natural carbohydrate derived from crustacean shells, shows potential as an antidote against a food poisoning bacterium.
Microbiologist Rebecca Vega Thurber has pioneered research aimed at protecting marine biodiversity with a special focus on highly endangered coral reefs.
The Microbiology Student Association Research Symposium will be held on April 8, 2017, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Undergraduate Christina Moody was part of a research team that recently constructed a powerful molecule that can inhibit deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Microbiologist Andrew Thurber has co-authored a study which warns the deep ocean floor may face starvation and sweeping ecological change by the year 2100.