June 20th, 2017
The College graduated a record 629 students with baccalaureate degrees, 64 master’s and 66 doctoral students in 2016-17.
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
Go Beavs! Sixteen science majors who are members of an OSU athletics team were recognized for their achievement in maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA […]
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.
Award-winning science writer and journalist Ed Yong presents inaugural public lecture of OSU Microbiome Initiative.
Given the risks of climate change, scientists are moving beyond their traditional comfort zone and speaking out about the public value of their research.
Scientists at OSU work with big data to tackle climate change on many fronts.
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 […]
More than 1,500 elementary school children will participate in Discovery Days, one of OSU’s most popular and beloved traditions, on May 2-3, 2017.
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.
“Microbiomes: To See the Unseen” is a groundbreaking exhibit that brings art into one of the hottest areas of scientific research: the microbiome.
Microbiology researchers develop a molecule that neutralizes antibiotic-resistant germs ability to destroy the antibiotic, which is garnering worldwide attention and media coverage.
Four doctoral students in the College of Science are among the 27 scientists and engineers selected as 2016 ARCS Foundation Scholars by the Portland chapter.