Is there a right way to quit your job? Research finds some ways are better than others

There are good ways and bad ways to quit your job, new research shows. An OSU study suggests some of the preferred ways to resign to benefit both the employer and employee.

Salmon trucking success could open miles of historical spawning habitat

A new study documenting the reproductive success of salmon trucked above Foster Dam could open up miles of spawning habitat on the upper South Santiam and other river systems.

Simple test may help address $150 billion problem of post-operative delirium

Researchers have identified a simple test that can predict which surgical candidates are most at risk of delirium, a common complication following surgery in older patients.

Hatfield Marine Science Center to host ocean research film fest

A mini-film festival outlining some of the latest in coastal research and marine initiatives will be held on Thursday, Sept. 22, at OSU's Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport.

Findings about protein could open door to new class of antibiotics

The first-ever detailed, atomic-level images have been made of a peroxiredoxin, revealing a peculiar characteristic that might form the foundation for a new approach to antibiotics.

System may help treat rare genetic disorder, reduce severe side effects

Researchers have discovered a drug delivery system that may offer new hope for patients with a rare genetic disorder – and make what might become a terrible choice a little easier.

Research outlines cellular communication processes that make life possible

Researchers have discovered a mechanism of intercellular communication that helps explain how biological systems function properly most of the time, and sometimes remarkably well.

Important advance made with new approach to "control" cancer, not eliminate it

Researchers have created a new drug delivery system to aid an emerging concept in cancer treatment – to control tumors, not necessarily aiming for their complete elimination.

OSU research funds reach second consecutive record of $336 million

OSU research funding reached $336 million in the past fiscal year – a second consecutive year of record-breaking growth.

Swiss needle cast disease intensifies in the Oregon Coast Range

Over the last decade, a fungal disease known as Swiss needle cast has intensified within the Douglas-fir forests of the Oregon Coast Range.

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