Academics and Research

RAIN is one of three recipients of the inaugural ImpACT awards for innovative city-university partnerships.
Surface evidence from Northern California's Mount Lassen leads UO team to understand more about what is happening deep underground.
UO study finds that a targeted Los Angeles audience responded well to a culturally considered letter seeking charitable support. 
Unexpected findings suggest more research is needed to assess needs of these patients as they seek medical care as adults.
Findings in UO study suggest that separate processing pathways in the brain must interact to allow for correct movements.
Study captures how two brain systems in mammals cooperate to capture sounds and process information.
The grants, more than $110,000 combined, will help the companies compete for larger investments by federal agencies.
UO professors blended social and economic models to study how people cooperate better when negotiations begin.
The awards highlight UO faculty members whose reseach stands out as examples of the university's exploration and innovation.
With a doubling of energy for particle collisions, a window may open to reach into 'hypothetical new physics,' says David Strom.