Academics and Research

Graphic shows the study area in the Pacific Northwest
July 25

Research sheds new light on tensions along Cascadia fault

Seismometers help UO team spot anomalies that may explain differences in the fault zone
Student project display
July 24

UO expertise draws first STEM equity forum in North America

The College of Education will host the gathering, thanks to its expertise in teaching and research
Sea pickles on the beach at Nehalem State Park in December 2016
July 20

Sea pickles are settling into the Pacific Northwest

The region’s fishing industry and food webs are being affected as pyrosomes extend their range
Award recipients
July 16

UO researchers awarded grants for interdisciplinary projects

The funding helps promising work with a strong likelihood of getting additional external support
Illustration of a flooded urban area
July 16

Rising seas threaten coastal internet infrastructure, study says

UO computer scientist Ram Durairajan tells Montreal conference that impacts could be coming in just 15 years
A television interview
July 12

SOJC offers 5 community engagement tips for journalists

The Agora Journalism Center is working on ways for journalists to regain the public's trust
Native American students playing shinney
July 5

Early societies used games to prepare them for war, study finds

UO anthropologists dig through descriptions on early team sports to learn why they were played
UO physics professor Mike Raymer
July 4

UO researcher influences federal quantum physics legislation

Physics professor Michael Raymer is part of the effort to create a National Quantum Initiative
Gold nanoparticle illustration
July 2

Researchers find, and possibly fix, toxicity in nanomaterials

A change in mixing methods creates unexpected result, but a testing technique offers a solution
Josh Gordon
June 28

New book looks at what it takes to build a sports dynasty

Sports business instructor Josh Gordon says winning consistently requires a team approach

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