OSU engineers have created a "sustainable development methodology" to help make manufacturing processes more environmentally conscious, less wasteful and socially sustainable.
A discovery at OSU could pose a challenge and sustainable alternative to the widely-used lithium-ion battery.
Personalized moisturizers based on an individual's own lipid profile may dramatically change the treatment of eczema around the world.
A 20-million-year-old fossil of a flea in amber may contain the world's oldest evidence of bacteria that could have caused the bubonic plague.
A new study has documented the loss of roughly 50 percent of the bird species in five Willamette Valley sites – yet at the same time, recorded almost the same number of new species.
A group of OSU ecologists say that scientific “business as usual” will fall far short of what is needed to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals to be adopted by the United Nations.
A ban on the use of plastic “microbeads” from products that enter wastewater is the best way to protect water quality, wildlife, and resources used by people,researchers say in a new report.
A survey suggests there remain many questions about how or whether to use antibiotics with hospice patients, and how such medications are used in end of life care.
Many West Coast shellfish industry leaders are convinced ocean acidification is having consequences – a rate of belief more than four times higher than that of the public.
Glacial melting during the end of the last Ice Age as a result of rising CO2 levels is now confirming that today's glaciers may largely disappear in coming decades.
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