A brilliant new blue pigment – discovered serendipitously by OSU chemists in 2009 – is now reaching the marketplace, where it will be used in a wide range of coatings and plastics.
Compounds being studied at OSU could be part of a new approach to cancer, in which cancer cells and tumors are not so much killed as put to sleep.
OSU is a leader in a new international program designed to train students in the art of "hydro-diplomacy" - solving water conflicts.
A new study outlines from cradle to grave the life history - and impact - of giant "internal waves" as tall as the Empire State Building.
A new study on the impact of ‘drive-hunting’ dolphins in the Solomon Islands is casting a spotlight on the increasing vulnerability of small cetaceans around the world.
OSU geologist Bob Yeats, in a forthcoming book, outlines some of the earthquake "time bombs" around the world - one of which was Nepal.
Axial Seamount, an active underwater volcano located off the Northwest coast, appears to be erupting – after two scientists had forecast that such an event would take place there in 2015.
A new study using evidence from a highly detailed ice core from West Antarctica is giving scientists a clearer picture of the link between climate in the northern and southern hemispheres.
The soaring price of drugs used to treat multiple sclerosis may be just one sign of a much larger problem in the pharmaceutical industry, a new study concludes.
OSU’s Aaron Wolf, an internationally recognized expert on water conflict resolution, has been named a 2015 recipient of the Heinz Award in the category of public policy.
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