Oregon State names interim vice president for research

Oregon State University President Ed Ray Wednesday named Irem Tumer as interim vice president for research.

San Francisco’s Mission District featured in talk and photo exhibit at OSU

“The Mission District: A Window on Humanity,” a talk and photography exhibition about San Francisco’s Mission District by Oregon State University alumnus Richard B. “Dick” Evans, will be held Oct. 18 on the Corvallis campus.

Oregon State to host robotics and artificial intelligence symposium

Oregon State University will culminate the 15-month celebration of its 150th anniversary with a daylong symposium on how artificial intelligence and robotics may change society, jobs and the economy.

Oregon State University has another blockbuster year in research grants and contracts

Oregon State University announced Tuesday that it recorded its second-best year ever in competitive grants and contracts for research that benefits every corner of the state and provides students with opportunities for hands-on experience.

Deep learning cracks the code of messenger RNAs and protein-coding potential

Researchers at Oregon State University have used deep learning to decipher which ribonucleic acids have the potential to encode proteins.

OSU researchers determine why pulsed sparks make for better ignition

Researchers have learned the mechanisms behind a means of improved ignition, helping to open the door to better performance in combustion systems ranging from car engines to jet propulsion.

OSU-Cascades researcher awarded $2 million for research turning salt water into drinking water

A researcher at Oregon State University-Cascades will lead a team working on turning salt water into drinking water as part of a $21 million national effort.

OSU contributions come to fruition with impending China nuclear plant opening

Thanks in large part to nearly two decades of research, testing and training support from Oregon State University’s College of Engineering, a new age for nuclear power is set to begin July 4.

TDS Telecom Support of OSU Open Source Lab Tops $5 Million

TDS Telecommunications LLC has made a donation valued at more than $1 million to help operate the Oregon State University Open Source Lab. The gift brings TDS’s cumulative support for the lab to more than $5 million.

Two from College of Engineering win prestigious CAREER awards from NSF

Two professors in the College of Engineering have received the prestigious Faculty Early Career Development award from the National Science Foundation.

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