OSU solar vehicle wins Formula Sun Grand Prix

Engineering students at OSU won the 2013 Formula Sun Grand Prix competition in Austin, Texas.

Antifreeze, cheap materials may lead to low-cost solar energy

Cheap materials and the same antifreeze used in automobile radiators may be a key to solar cells that cost less and are environmentally benign, OSU engineers say.

New dispatch system could save money for trucking industry, make life easier for drivers

OSU engineers have developed a new concept in dispatching trucks that could save millions of dollars for the industry while making life much easier for long-haul truck drivers.

Dam construction to reduce greenhouse gases causes ecosystem disruption

Efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions by building more small dams in China are causing ecosystem disruption and loss of biodiversity.

OSU, industry partnerships draw on student talent

Oregon companies, both large and small, are taking advantage of the chance to work with OSU engineering students on projects ranging from applied research to product development.

New navigation system for airplanes modernizes old technology

OSU engineering students developed an airplane navigation system that's based on old approaches but has been made smaller, simpler and more accurate with modern technology.

Researchers help threatened wheat crops in Asia

Technology developed at OSU used in collaboration with international researchers will help save millions of acres of wheat in Asia and North Africa from a pest that destroys the value of the crop.

OSU's Engineering Expo to showcase student projects

The 14th annual Engineering Expo will feature more than 150 student-built projects from many engineering disciplines on Friday, May 17.

Lieberman to help guide OSU Venture Accelerator

Mark Lieberman has been named as the new chief startup officer and co-director of the OSU Venture Accelerator, an initiative to help move university research to commercial success.

Invention could make spent nuclear fuel useful for irradiation purposes

An OSU engineering student has invented a way to use spent nuclear fuel for a useful purpose: the irradiation of medical supplies, food or other products.