Research and Innovation

DNA strand
March 9

Powell gift supports fledgling UO Center for Genome Function

The investment will help researchers better understand human genetics
Greenland fjord filled with ice (Photo by Rosemary Camozzi)
March 8

Cascade: Greenland's melting glaciers forecast a rising tide

Research by Earth sciences professor David Sutherland is revealing clues about climate change
David Conover
March 7

Questions on federal research funding raise concern at UO

Officials write that it's not yet clear if less money will be available
Reza Rejaie at his desk
March 7

UO computer scientist honored for taming online streaming

Research by Reza Rejaie is often cited, but his claim to fame is making it easier to enjoy online audio and videos
Edward Davis holding a dinosaur mock-up
March 2

UO scientist infuses conservation biology with ancient perspective

 Edward Davis of the Museum of Natural and Cultural History helps make the case for tapping the fossil record as the planet warms
Aaron Nelson
March 1

A road less traveled leads a musician into the science of life

Aaron Nelson, a nontraditional undergrad, followed his passion to a UO biology lab
Excavation at Rimrock Draw
February 28

UO archaeology helps kick off National Geographic series

Evidence for the use of fire at the Rimrock Draw Rockshelter is featured on the debut show
image of mice in a nest
February 22

Study of meditating mice at the UO draws media play

UO biology, psychology and neuroscience researchers publish study on benefits of mindfulness in mice
Computational chemist Christopher Hendon
February 22

Computational chemist to join energy and materials cluster

Christopher Hendon will help the UO advance research on sustainable products
Patrick Phillips looking into a microscope in the lab
February 21

A UO lab digs into worms in the quest to lengthen human life

The UO’s Patrick Phillips helps tackle a problem of reproducibility while studying potential anti-aging compounds

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