Research and Innovation

Elizabeth Skowron
May 11

UO to set up and study an evidence-based parent-child intervention

Researchers Skowron and Fisher to make 'Parent-Child Interaction Therapy' available in Lane County in an effort to help struggling local families.
RAIN Eugene Accelerator
May 11

Startup accelerator celebrates anniversary with national award

RAIN is one of three recipients of the inaugural ImpACT awards for innovative city-university partnerships.
Cinder cone near Mount Lassen
May 6

UO study finds water helps ignite Cascades volcanoes

Surface evidence from Northern California's Mount Lassen leads UO team to understand more about what is happening deep underground.
May 5

UO partners with OSU on new center for sustainable wood products

Architecture professor Judith Sheine recently spoke to the state Legislature on the need to fund the center.
Dyana Mason
May 4

Culturally targeted pitch for support scores for nonprofit

UO study finds that a targeted Los Angeles audience responded well to a culturally considered letter seeking charitable support. 
Leif Karlstrom
May 1

UO's newest geologist helped in new research on Deccan eruptions

Leif Karlstrom's modeling expertise helped UC Berkeley-led study on connection between dinosaur-killing asteroid and Deccan volcanoes.
Andrew Lovering
April 29

Study finds young adults born preterm live with elderly lungs

Unexpected findings suggest more research is needed to assess needs of these patients as they seek medical care as adults.
Map shows earthquake monitoring locatioins
April 29

University expands its role in earthquake early warning system

New sensors added to Oregon's monitoring network to help make the state a stronger participant in the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network. 
April 28

Ancient Easter Island hats rolled into place, says UO undergrad

A presentation by Clark Honors College student Sean Hixon captures media coverage around the world.
Paul Dassonville
April 27

Brain balances perception and action when caught in an illusion

Findings in University of Oregon study challenge notion of separate processing pathways for mapping what we see and guiding our movements.

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