Technology created at OSU may one day help prevent sepsis and save thousands of lives around the world.
OSU engineers have merged a microwave heating system with a continuous flow reactor to produce technology that may dramatically affect the electronics industry.
OSU will be a key partner in a new, $230 million national initiative to support "digital manufacturing," which could revolutionize the way things get built in America.
Society is demanding a higher degree of corporate social responsibility, and OSU engineering advances on sustainable manufacturing are helping to meet that need.
Researchers are near a complete understanding of how humans walk, with implications for improved robotics, biomedical devices and other fields.
Researchers have discovered an ancient flowering plant preserved in amber, the oldest known fossil specimen of sexual reproduction in plants.
Nuclear technology that began its development in an OSU lab has now received up to $226 million in federal support to the spinoff company that is commercializing it.
A new Cascadia Lifelines Program led by OSU and involving private industry will expedite the research needed to address the subduction zone earthquake looming in Oregon's future.
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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