July 26th, 2018
Size is the main factor that predicts how calcifying organisms will respond to ocean acidification, according to a new study by biology Ph.D. candidate Allison […]
Genetic research has shed new light on how isolated populations of the same species evolve toward reproductive incompatibility and thus become separate species.
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.
The National Science Board is honoring distinguished marine ecologist Jane Lubchenco with its 2018 Vannevar Bush Award.
Ecologist Francis Chan has been monitoring pH levels off the Oregon coast, whose waters are world hotspot for ocean acidification.
Scientists from the Department of Integrative Biology have found that for reef-building corals, not just any symbiotic algae will do.
Biologist Virginia Weis is one of eight researchers selected for a new $14 million NSF program for enabling discovery through genomic tools.
Marine biologist Jane Lubchenco and an international team of scientists have found that marine reserves can help protect the planet from global warming.