Research and Innovation

The nanoparticles could be used as surface coatings for filters or storing electric charge
UO psychologist joins ranks of notable awardees including Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, and Nikola Tesla
The finding helps explain how brains link small actions into larger sequences
From hopping on a bike to instilling hope in young people, try these everyday steps
New discoveries, a record-setting fall class and a transformative gift highlighted 2021
Anthropologists are studying how Native people caught rockfish in sustainable ways
Virtual meeting spaces aren’t as inclusive as we’d like to think, and researchers aim to expose the inequities
Professor Susan Sokolowski holds 106 patents and joins a class of 164 fellows
Three researchers have landed almost $5 million in NIH grants to find new tools for healing
Last year saw 14 new patent filings and two new companies spun from faculty work