Academics and Research

Butterfly on flower
August 3

Burned forest now a landscape abuzz with bees and flowers

An ecologist’s effort to restore bees to the Holiday Farm burn area is in full bloom
Globe with stethoscope
August 1

Professor offers prescription to better explain climate and health

New England Journal of Medicine paper explores ways to discuss health and climate change
Woman holding roses
August 1

New methods tripled COVID-19 testing in Latinx communities

The results could shape outreach efforts as well as suggest ways to tailor similar efforts
Researchers looking at tapa cloth
July 27

Samoan researchers visit UO to see its collection of tapa cloth

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History has a large number of the folk art pieces
Professor and students in lab
July 26

With NIH funding, UO prof dives deeper into aging research

Molecular anthropology is helping a team probe why some people age faster or slower
Researcher looking through microscope
July 25

Study shows the spillover value of publicly funded research

Research show three patents issued for every one produced by grant recipients
Human physiology lab
July 22

Wu Tsai Alliance enhances performance for the human race

At the UO, a founding partner in the group, more than a dozen research projects are funded
UO professor Ben Saunders and life-size Spider Man poster
July 20

A web-slinger turns 60, and a UO prof is part of the celebration

Ben Saunders curates a new Spider-Man exhibit at San Diego's Comic-Con Museum
Lillis Business Complex with flowers in the foreground
July 19

Entrepreneurship center announces RAINmaker Awards

Five students receive $5,000 grants from the Lundquist College of Business
Researchers on a glacier at night
July 13

Researchers use lasers to get a new view on Oregon’s glaciers

They trekked into the Oregon Cascades to test a portable tool to measure glacial melt

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