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Forested area along the Tocantins River in Brazil
November 5

UO-led project maps human, climate impacts in the Amazon

Study illustrates human impacts and climate effects in forest-savanna transition zones
Chromosomes with DNA damage
October 23

UO researchers show why heat stress damages sperm

Project using a roundworm model finds a mechanism that can lead to male infertility
Drowsy man working at laptop
October 22

UO study takes on the idea that real men need less sleep

Researchers find the idea that masculinity means more work, less sleep is harmful
A basket star
October 14

UO student’s curiosity catches basket stars breathing

Offshore trip in a zoology course ignited MacKenna Hainey’s questions and research
Sand in a pile
September 23

Glass molecules can act like sand when jammed, study finds

The findings open a new way to study properties of glass with computational techniques
Man helping child with homework
September 21

Caregiver networks available to UO community members

Networks connect faculty, staff and students to each other to meet caregiving needs
Young man curled up under window
September 15

UO study finds dangers in high school gender harassment

Doctoral student Monika Lind’s research, shown in a 3-minute thesis, wins recognition
Illustration of a protein
August 5

UO biochemist awarded $2.88 million to study the cytoskeleton

Brad Nolen and his lab will study proteins that guide cell shape and function
Gavel and law books
July 14

Government walks back rule change on international students

The reversal came just days after the UO and 19 other schools sued to block the rule
Gavel and law books
July 13

UO, 19 others file suit to block ICE international student rules

The suit challenges a change barring entry of those who take only online courses in fall

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