There was extra foot traffic and mingling crowds all day on Thursday, May 16, in the Erb Memorial Union as students gathered to share their research efforts during the third annual Undergraduate Symposium.
Geri Richmond, the University of Oregon’s Richard M. & Patricia H. Noyes Professor of Chemistry, spoke before an audience of faculty members, students and community members at the Spring 2013 Presidential Research Lecture on May 7.
A busy month of research-themed events got under way on Monday, with an Innovation Luncheon, featuring a speaker from a venture capital firm, and an Innovation Open House, highlighting companies and programs with ties to University of Oregon research.
Both events were presented by the office for Research, Innovation and Graduate Education.
Geri Richmond, the University of Oregon’s Richard M. and Patricia H. Noyes Professor of Chemistry, will deliver the Presidential Research Lecture at 7 p.m. on May 7, in the Lillis Business Complex Auditorium, Room 182.
Six University of Oregon faculty have been named winners of the 2013 UO Research Excellence Awards, sponsored by the Office for Research, Innovation and Graduate Education. The awards highlight outstanding research activities taking place at the UO.
Using an international database of zebrafish maintained at the University of Oregon, two UO researchers have identified more than 50 genes still present in fish but potentially "left in the water" when fish began to walk on land.
Wendy Machalicek, a researcher and board certified behavior analyst in the University of Oregon's College of Education, has found new and exciting uses for iPads and Skype: quick, direct distance consulting for the parents of children who engage in challenging behavior.
University of Oregon chemists have synthesized organic molecular structures that move both positive and negative electrical charges -- a highly desired but often difficult-to-achieve combination in current efforts to create highly flexible electronic devices and other new-age technologies.