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Zebrafish interacting
July 27

New discovery in zebrafish could one day aid autism research

Interfering with certain neurons in the fish causes an autism-like breakdown in social interactions
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
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
Janet Woodruff-Borden
June 5

Brain sciences professor named as new Graduate School dean

Janet Woodruff-Borden of the University of Louisville will join the UO this summer
Aerial view of campus
May 21

Graduate School dean finalist interviews continue this week

The final public presentation is May 21 in the EMU's Redwood Auditorium
Aerial view of campus
May 14

Graduate School dean finalists begin campus visits May 16

Two dean finalists for the Clark Honors College will give public presentations on May 15 and 17
Image shows a subject wearing cap covered in electrodes
May 14

Research could improve future treatment of Parkinson's disease

New research led by Nicole Swann is exploring alternatives in brain stimulation therapy
2015 Grad Forum
May 7

2018 Grad Forum gives student researchers a chance to shine

The annual one-day conference in the EMU includes the Three Minute Thesis competition
Huntington Lake in the Sierra Nevada
May 7

UO duo finds way to predict shifts in watersheds as climate changes

Researcher Toby Maxwell led a team into the mountains to study effects of drought on trees and soil
wgs cover
April 4

Perfect Chemistry

Women in Graduate Science is changing the game for female researchers today—and those of tomorrow

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