January 5th, 2018
A type of soil-dwelling bacterium produces molecules that induce death in melanoma cells, according to research by chemist Sandra Loesgen.
The College of Science celebrated research, teaching and administrative excellence at its 2017 Fall Faculty and Staff Awards.
Loading nanofiber sutures with vitamin D induces the production of an infection-fighting peptide, new research shows.
Oregon State microbiologists have suggested a new paradigm for the study of microbiomes—one that has key implications for medical care.
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.
A new study by Oregon State microbiologists reveals how deep-water bacteria’s genomes break down carbon molecules
Biochemist Viviana Perez has found that a compound called rapamycin has unusual properties that may help address neurologic damage such as Alzheimer’s disease.
OSU Microbiologist discovers that Chitosan, a natural carbohydrate derived from crustacean shells, shows potential as an antidote against a food poisoning bacterium.
Undergraduate Christina Moody was part of a research team that recently constructed a powerful molecule that can inhibit deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
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 […]
A new way of looking at how pollutants travel has quadrupled the estimate of global lung cancer risk from a pollutant caused by combustion.
A new study reveals nearly 3% of people infected with Ebola in the 2014-15 epidemic were “super spreaders,” responsible for infecting 61% of all cases.
On November 2 and 3, 1500 K-12 students gather for Discovery Days on campus
Two College of Science alumni win awards from the Oregon State University Alumni Association.
Physicist Bo Sun has discovered a mechanism of intercellular communication that helps explain how biological systems function properly most of the time.
International statistics conference arrives at OSU.
A team of chemists discovered how to create isomandelalide, a synthetic, stable compound which is a huge asset for scientists studying disease.