College of Arts and Sciences

Structural view of organic-lanthanide material and electrical flow
December 4

UO, MIT collaborate on material with surprise electrical properties

The finding by the UO’s Christopher Hendon and a student could enhance battery power
Hands carving a Thanksgiving turkey
November 27

Thanksgiving is a good time to dish up a serving of history

History, myth-making and the folkways of food have all helped shape America's ideas of Thanksgiving.
The late Iranian poet Forugh Farrokhzad
November 25

Honors college student searches for the 'her' in feminist poetry

Recent grad Elmira Louie spent two years writing new translations of a prominent Iranian poet
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
November 22

Another major democracy fights to maintain the rule of law

Professor David Frank sees parallels between Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump
Brain scans
November 19

Grant could make UO concussion program a national model

The Centers for Disease Control is providing $2.2 million to evaluate a UO program
Evi Hernandez Hill collects biology samples
November 18

Scholarship program helps science majors become teachers

Four recipients of the NSF-funded program will be honored at a Nov. 21 signing ceremony
Hog in a filbert orchard
November 14

UO biology student recruits hogs to help hazelnuts

Pigs could be a natural way to keep a worm found in native white oaks out of filbert orchards
Robert Guldberg
November 13

Innovative cell therapy research boosted by state funds

Led by Robert Guldberg, the project could boost Oregon's burgeoning cell manufacturing market
UO physicist John Toner works on an equation
November 12

A short equation delivers a big award for a UO physicist

With a UO job offer waiting, John Toner helped lay the foundation for research on active matter
Shrinking glacier with markers
November 11

Climate emergency declaration draws eight UO signatures

New paper is a chance to speak up, promote change and rebuild trust, UO researchers say

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