Collaborative project between researchers, fishermen aims to reduce West Coast seabird bycatch

A collaborative project between researchers and the West Coast sablefish fishing industry is showing promise for reducing the number of seabirds caught in longline fishing gear, in particular several albatross species including one threatened with extinction.

The human-canine bond featured at Corvallis Science Pub

The science of the human-canine bond will come under scrutiny at the Corvallis Science Pub on September 11.

Entrants sought for healthy tailgate recipe contest; 5k fun run at OSU

Recipes are now being sought for the 2016 GridIron Chef healthy tailgate recipe contest at Oregon State University.

New OSU restaurant features Latin American street food

McNary Dining Hall will have a new food option starting this fall – La Calle - but currently only night owls will reap the benefits.

Ancient bones point to shifting grassland species as climate changes

More rainfall during the growing season may have led to one of the most significant changes in the Earth’s vegetation in the distant past, and similar climate changes could affect the distribution of plants in the future as well, a new study suggests.

OSU soil scientist Rich Roseberg will lead southern Oregon ag research station

Soil scientist Richard Roseberg of Oregon State University and the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station (OAES) has been named the new director of the OAES research station in southern Oregon.

OSU acquires archives of 'the founding father of American craft beer'

The papers of beer journalist and historian Fred Eckhardt have been acquired by the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives 

Climate change may bring global food insecurity, impacts on U.S.

The warming of Earth’s climate threatens to increase global food insecurity and halt more than two decades of progress toward curbing global hunger, a new assessment suggests.

OSU study: Packaging insecticides in tiny capsules may make them more toxic

Encasing insecticides in microscopic plastic capsules—a common formulation for many pest sprays on the market—may make them more toxic than the active ingredient alone, according to a new study from Oregon State University.

Oregon Flora Project takes first comprehensive look at state's plants in a half century

While some plant species may have disappeared from Oregon in the last half century, other species are moving north, adding to the state’s floral diversity.

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