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An erupting geyser at Yellowstone National Park
April 17

Supercomputers yield sharper view of Yellowstone's magma

A thick transition zone divides shallow and deep chambers and may control how magma moves
Rehearsal scene
April 13

Inge's Pulitzer Prize winning play 'Picnic' to debut at the UO

The first performance is Friday, April 20, and the production runs until Saturday, May 5
What is Universe logo
April 13

Portland conference delves into communication networks

This year's event, with the theme is 'What is Universe,' takes place April 19-21 at UO Portland
Globe and stethoscope
April 13

Students to host regional conference addressing global health

The 2018 Western Regional Global Health Conference will take place April 20-22 on campus
Raghu Parthasarathy in his lab
April 11

Research uncovers new clues that could help fight cholera

Imaging and analysis by a UO physicist reveal one of the first effects of a dangerous infection
Supercomputers
April 9

New UO research center to focus on 'deep learning'

The Center for Big Learning is being launched with a $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation
Leveling anchor blocks and attachments for the McMurdo Oceanographic Observatory's camera
April 9

UO scientist unveils a live look under Antarctica's sea ice

With an NSF grant, biologist Paul Cziko installs a digital window 70 feet under the Antarctic sea ice
Microscope image of bacteria
April 6

Pub talk will dig into things that make gut microbes tick

UO physicist Raghuveer Parthasarathy will give a Quack Chats talk April 11 at the Ax Billy Grill
Raevyn Rogers
April 5

Raevyn Rogers: Triple Crown

Whether it’s speed on the track, fluency in Spanish, or artistry on canvas, Raevyn Rogers is true to her talents
Walmart in China
April 5

Unrest in the Aisles

A UO sociologist examines labor conditions for Walmart workers in China—and a resistance movement

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