OSU students in France reported safe; campus services offered to French students

Oregon State University officials have determined that all 24 students participating in education programs offered in France are safe following terrorist attacks Friday night in Paris.

Crossroads International holds 2015 International Film Festival

An international film festival this February in Corvallis will support Crossroads International

China honors Oregon State researcher for decade of scientific collaboration

Major advances against some of the world’s most devastating plant diseases are starting to emerge from more than a decade of international scientific collaboration led by Brett Tyler, director of the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing at Oregon State University.

Study documents early warming of West Antarctica at end of last ice age

A new study documents and explains how West Antarctic began emerging from the last ice age 2,000 to 4,000 years earlier than previously thought.

Researchers use circulation models, genetics to track "lost years" of turtles

When green turtles toddle out to the ocean after hatching from eggs they disappear and aren’t seen again for several years. A new study shows where they may go during these "lost years."

Study finds novel worm community affecting methane release in ocean

Scientists have discovered a super-charged methane seep in the ocean off New Zealand with a unique food web, resulting in more methane escaping from the ocean floor.

Pass the salt: Common condiment could enable new high-tech industry

Ordinary table salt may be the key to an important new industry in silicon nanostructures, which have promise for energy storage, biomedicine and other fields.

Study explains Pacific equatorial cold water region

New research published in the journal Nature outlines how cold, deep water from below mix at sea, with implications for global warming and El Nino events.

Antarctic salty soil sucks water out of atmosphere: Could it happen on Mars?

A new study, led by an OSU geologist, describes how the salty soils in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valleys suck moisture out of the atmosphere, raising the possibility that such a process could take place on Mars.