Academics and Research

Ice and associated algae in the central basin of Lake Erie in 2008
November 28

Ice atop lakes doesn't necessarily freeze the life down under

UO's Aaron Galloway, a marine biologist, was on an international team that captured the strongest look yet of life under frozen lakes
Damage from the 2011 earthquake and tsunami
November 24

Flat faults, like Cascadia, spark giant quakes, says UO team

Researcher turns to geometry to study the largest faults and why they cause really big ones
Image shows Bill Cresko with UO President Michael Schill, Karen Guilleman and Patrick Phillips
November 18

UO's Cresko chosen as fellow of world's largest scientific group

The honor from the American Association for the Advancement of Science reflects the collaborative nature of research at the UO, he says
Abandoned pit at Mount Goldsworthy near Mount Grant in Western Australia
November 17

UO study finds Earth's soils hosted life early on

UO's Greg Retallack and colleagues find tiny fossils with signatures of life in ancient Australian rocks
Tim Duy (left) and Bruce McCain
November 16

Post-election uncertainty could hold back economy, experts say

The forecast was a central part of the recent Oregon Economic Forum in Portland
Lori Shontz
November 16

Reporting Roseburg: A journalist’s manual for covering tragedy

The SOJC project compiles stories from 19 local journalists about the experiences of those who cover tragedies
A child reading with a teacher
November 16

UO to lead national comprehensive literacy center

Its aim is to help children with learning disabilities
Artist rendition of protein evolution: Shown are an evolutionary tree and proteins affected by mutations
November 15

Mutation for multicellular life was a backbone changer

The UO's Ken Prehoda and colleagues report how a cellular disruption 600 million years ago led to a change in protein functioning
Robert Kyr (seated) with three students
November 14

UO composer and students pen a new variation on Beethoven

A new work by music professor Robert Kyr and five students will be performed by the Eugene Symphony
Damian Radcliffe, SOJC professor, working at a computer
November 8

Journalism scholars discuss ways the media influence elections

SOJC faculty analyze what research says about media’s evolving role in the elections process

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