College of Arts and Sciences

October 2

English department launches new postdoctoral fellowship pilot program

The new fellowship will connect literature and culture studies with race and ethnicity in ways that highlight the UO's research strengths.
Chris Doe
October 1

Using fruit fly larvae, UO researchers capture the symmetry of movement

Neurons in the nerve cord neurons, similar in most organisms may point the way to new applications in medicine and robotics.
Daniel Lowd, assistant professor of computer and information science
September 28

UO's Lowd aims to take on spammers with young investigator award

Game theory is among the techniques the UO computer scientist will use to sort honesty and dishonesty in online networks.
Graham Kribs
September 28

New theory of 'stealth dark matter' may explain universe's missing mass

UO's Graham Kribs is part of a collaborative effort that has put forth a new theory with novel routes to scientific confirmation.
September 24

Graduate specialization in translation studies now available

The program is open to all students but will be of particular interest to those studying languages, literatures, anthropology and folklore.
Former UO researcher James Meadow discovered a unique microbial cloud around people
September 23

UO research uncovers a unique microbial cloud that surrounds people

The work by former UO postdoctoral researcher James Meadow and faculty colleagues says individuals can be identified by the bacterial signature.
Klamath Hall, home of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, will undergo a major renovation and expansion starting next year
September 23

Klamath Hall project will create 21st-century lab space for chemistry

By renovating an existing floor and adding a new one, both students and faculty will have modern lab space for learning and research.
Jun Li
September 23

UO launches new center and gains federal cyber research recognition

Center for Cyber Security and Privacy to lead way as the UO becomes a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research.
Richard Geiger (center) and the Dune Sciences team
September 9

Dune Sciences beats the stink with new treatment for athletic wear

DeFUNKit, which is close to commerical release, uses a coating of silver nanoparticles that keep sweaty clothes from getting smelly.
Kelly Sutherland of the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology
September 1

UO-led research suggests underwater vehicles with jellyfish propulsion

OIMB's Kelly Sutherland and colleagues detail how a colonial jelly uses multiple jets to move and turn rapidly, especially when seeking food.

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