October 17th, 2019
Biologist Jaga Giebultowicz published a new study with which suggests that the blue wavelengths produced by light-emitting diodes damage cells in the brain and retinas.
Biochemists find that the brains of people with congenital deafness may be rewiring themselves in ways that affect how those people learn.
Physicist Bo Sun had a breakthrough discovery that remove bottlenecks to making more effective metastatic cancer treatments a reality with tremendous social impact.
Nobel Laureate Louis Ignarro, a pharmacologist sometimes referred to as the “Father of Viagra,” will give a public lecture, “The Road to Stockholm – A […]
New strategies for river management are needed to maintain water supplies and avoid big crashes in populations of aquatic life.
A compound with potential as a treatment for ALS has gained further promise in a new study by biochemist Joe Beckman.
Microbiologists at Oregon State University have made an important advance in understanding the roles that gut bacteria play in human health.
Biochemist Joe Beckman has found a new molecule fragmentation technology to allow scientists to conduct research in new ways and across many diverse fields.
OSU microbiologist Maude David is part of a $1.94 million grant to look for possible connections between the human microbiome and autism spectrum disorder.
Science students organize a very successful biomedical ethics conference.
Four College of Science students and alumni have received prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards in 2019.
Chemist Sandra Loesgen has been working to identify the next generation of antibiotics from the microbes associated with marine and freshwater fishes.
In a groundbreaking study, OSU microbiologists find a clear link between aggressive behavior and the microbes that live in the dogs’ guts.
OSU scientists take an interdisciplinary approach to human health, working across the life, physical and mathematical sciences to spur fresh thinking and innovations.