Research and Innovation

Children at laptops
January 10

COE emerges as a leader in the growing edutech field

Education technology offers a way to get cutting-edge tools directly into the hands of educators
Sensor net on model
January 8

Psychology professor is first from UO named to inventors academy

Don Tucker was honored for developing the geodesic sensor net for capturing brain activity
Treadmill testing
January 7

Revisions to federal human research rules to take effect

Information sessions will answer questions about changes to the federal ‘Common Rule’
Part of an Ediacaran fossil
January 7

Thin layers of sediment point to early arrival of life on land

UO earth scientist Greg Retallack finds signs for multicellular organisms from fossils found in soils
Kimberly Belmes (left) and Kyle Klosterman
December 31

UO ranked No. 1 in the U.S. for master’s degrees in physics

With 24 physics master's degrees in 2017, the university topped all other schools in the nation
U.S. Capitol
December 27

Campus leaders offer guidance on partial government shutdown

A memo was sent to campus researchers about the effects on federally sponsored projects
Professors Brian Smith, Andy Marcus and Mike Raymer
December 27

UO physicist cheers passage of National Quantum Initiative

Michael Raymer was a co-author on the original proposals recently signed into law by the president
Laptop computer science
December 10

Comments sought on electronic research compliance vendors

The research office is inviting the campus community to attend vendor presentations
Illustration of gravitational waves
December 5

Detecting black hole collisions is now routine, UO physicists say

UO researchers had key roles in reading the data on the latest news about gravitational waves
Michael Pluth
December 3

Pluth receives Oregon Medical Research Foundation award

The award honors junior Oregon researchers who show exceptional promise in biomedical research

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