OSU professor wins national mentorship award

Margaret Burnett, a professor of computer science at Oregon State University, has won a national award for her leadership in encouraging women and minorities to pursue computer science.

Earthquake preparations need to start now, OSU dean advises federal officials

Developing the resilience to withstand a massive earthquake is the responsibility of public agencies, private businesses and individuals, OSU's Scott Ashford advised Congressional leaders this week.

New energy sensors at OSU will test local electric grid

An energy test bed being installed at OSU and other nearby sites will help provide a better understanding of the local electric grid and avert blackouts.

Professional workshop to explore surging interest in the "Internet of Things"

A workshop on May 14-15 in Portland will bring together representatives from industry, universities, federal laboratories and state economic agencies to explore the manufacturing of “Smart Goods."

Initiative to make OSU a national leader in construction safety research

A $1 million grant will help OSU develop one of the world's leading programs in construction safety research, in partnership with private industry.

OSU to help lead $20 million disaster resilience center

With a new $20 million grant, OSU will work with a group of other universities to help communities improve their resilience to natural disasters.

OSU research pushing the limits of Moore's Law

Hundreds of OSU engineering graduate students will present their research at the Engineering Research Expo on March 4 in Portland.

OSU class addresses need for cybersecurity professionals

OSU and Intel are collaborating to produce a new course on cybersecurity, taught by field experts from around the world.

Expert to discuss startup business issues, patents

The director of the Silicon Valley United States Patent and Trademark Office will explore startup business issues on Wednesday, Dec. 3, in Corvallis, in an open public discussion.

OSU partnership forms new center for software development

Two organizations at Oregon State University have joined forces to create a new center offering expanded services in product testing, software development and hosting.

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