OSU advances in the manufacturing of "quantum dots" could lead to wider use of energy efficient LED lighting around the nation, as well as many other electronic applications.
OSU researchers have discovered the only salamander ever preserved in amber, in a place where all salamanders are now extinct.
A new approach to cancer therapy using improved photodynamic technology has been developed at OSU.
Toxic cyanobacteria in rivers, lakes and reservoirs pose an increasing threat to recreational and drinking water in the U.S. and around the world.
Wildlife ecologist Sue Haig was in Namibia when Cecil the lion was killed in nearby Zimbabwe - an event that became a teachable moment for her and 35 African students in her wildlife class.
OSU researchers are studying Oregon's population of 200 "resident" gray whales that hang out off the coast throughout the summer.
The Northwest will likely get a major earthquake in the near future; rather than take a fatalistic attitude or ignore the threat, residents and communities should begin preparing now, experts say.
Oregon State University’s humanitarian engineering program now has one of the nation’s only endowed professorships in this emerging field.
A new analysis confirms that the Blue Rockfish (Sebastes mystinus), a rockfish sought by anglers primarily off the California and Oregon coasts, is actually two separate and distinct species.
An analysis of wildfire extent in Oregon and Washington over the past 30 years shows very little difference in the likelihood of fires in forests with and without insect damage.
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