NSF grant supports high-end imaging instrument development

OSU was awarded an $815,000 “major research instrumentation” grant to develop a high-end, 4D imaging system and establish an Advanced Imaging Facility.

NSF awards $4.5 million nanotechnology grant to OSU partnership

OSU has received a $4.5 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation for nanoscale science, engineering and technology research.

NSF grant establishes natural hazards center at OSU

OSU has received a $3.8 million award from the National Science Foundation for a facility to increase the resilience of the nation’s coastal communities.

Mundorff to join Oregon State's Advantage Accelerator

Karl Mundorff, an entrepreneur and business development expert, has been named senior program manager for the Oregon State University Advantage Accelerator/RAIN Corvallis.

Oregon State research reaches record, exceeds $308 million

Oregon State University research funding reached $308.9 million, its highest level ever, in the fiscal year that ended on June 30.

School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science names new head

V. John Mathews, an expert in biomedical signal and information processing, has been selected as the new head of OSU's School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

Concrete expert to head Civil and Construction Engineering

Jason Weiss, a leading researcher in the development of more durable and sustainable concrete has been named the head of the School of Civil and Construction Engineering at OSU.

OSU Open Source Lab improves infrastructure, services

The Open Source Lab at OSU has significantly upgraded its services to the software community, and can now handle millions of additional download requests per day.

Engineering initiatives to make education more inclusive, relevant

The OSU College of Engineering hs joined two NSF initiatives to change engineering education and foster a more inclusive culture of underrepresented minorities and women.

OSU student programmers impact highway safety

OSU students are now in the tenth year of working with the Oregon Department of Transportation to develop innovative software for nearly 50 projects.