Zebrafish deficient in vitamin E produce offspring beset by behavioral impairment and metabolic problems, new research at Oregon State University shows.
Robotics researchers have found a way for autonomous underwater vehicles to navigate strong currents with greater energy efficiency, which means the AUVs can gather data longer and better.
More than 1,400 new dams or water diversion projects are planned or already under construction, fueling the potential for increased water conflict between some countries.
OSU has just received a grant of $121.88 million from the National Science Foundation to spearhead the construction of a new class of research vessels.
Safer historic buildings and more jobs for the timber industry are the goals of a partnership between an OSU researcher and a newly formed nonprofit group.
Scientists have named a new species of fish from the Orinoco River drainage after "Orinoco Flow" singer-songwriter Enya.
New research shows a species of diatom thought to be asexual does reproduce sexually, and scientists learned it’s a common compound – ammonium – that puts the ubiquitous organism in the mood.
Scientists have identified patterns in the Earth’s magnetic field that evolve on the order of 1,000 years, providing new insight into how the field works.
More than 2,000 athletes will descend on Corvallis on July 8 and 9 for the Special Olympics Oregon Summer State Games.
A perfect combination of tides and wind is responsible for a hotspot of Antarctic krill along the western Antarctic Peninsula.
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