November 15th, 2017
Chemist May Nyman is part of a five-year, $12.5 million National Nuclear Security Administration grant to study nuclear stewardship.
The vibrant YInMn blue pigment discovered at Oregon State University by chemist Mas Subramanian has been approved for commercial sale by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Bethany Matthews, a physics graduate student, won a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research Award.
A blue pigment discovered at Oregon State University by chemistry professor Mas Subramanian is the inspiration for Crayola’s new crayon color
“The Colorful World of Pigments” celebrated the intersection of science, industry, art, color and culture spurred by OSU’s YInMn blue pigment discovery with a celebrity […]
Materials scientists at Oregon State are working on new energy and environmental applications that will contribute to a healthy planet.
Chemists develop new type battery with promise for sustainable, high-power energy storage.
The separation of uranium could potentially be done more safely and efficiently through a new technique developed by OSU chemists.
A team of chemists isolate key metal-oxide clusters in water, a significant advance for growing the clusters that help manufacture small features in electronic circuits.
Recently Mas Subramanian and his collaborators have developed and perfected the chemistry of creating other durable, non-toxic pigments.
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Douglas Keszler receives 2017 American Chemical Society national award in the Chemistry of Materials.
Associate professor of chemistry Chong Fang is the 2016 recipient of the OSU Promising Scholar Award.
Photos and highlights from the 2016 Genetic Code Expansion Conference and Workshop
YinMn, the blue pigment discovered by Chemistry Professor Mas Subramanian in 2009, generates a new wave of worldwide media attention and interest.
The first-ever Genetic Code Expansion (GCE) Conference was hosted by the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics August 11-14, 2016.