OSU scientists examined coastal marine species near Newport for concentrations of heavy metals and organic pollutants and found no bioaccumulation of significant concern.
Former NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco is back on the faculty of Oregon State where she has a new role – adviser to the university on marine studies issues.
OSU chemists have discovered a way to convert cheap cellulose directly into the materials to make a high-tech energy storage product.
Manual removal of invasive lionfish from some reefs shows promise in allowing the comeback of native fish populations in the Atlantic Ocean.
Novel compounds have been discovered that may be extremely mutagenic, produced by such processes as automobile combustion or grilling meat.
Researchers have discovered an ancient flowering plant preserved in amber, the oldest known fossil specimen of sexual reproduction in plants.
Most clinical trials of vitamin supplements are fundamentally flawed and are providing a misleading picture of the value of such supplements.
A long-term experiment has confirmed that nutrient pollution can cause diseases in coral reefs - but also that the corals can recover once the pollution is stopped.
OSU biochemists have unlocked some of the genetic constraints on a common fungus, in work that may lead to important new antibiotics.
Researchers have discovered a new way to study aqueous aluminum - a fundamental advance that should open doors to many new technologies and products.
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