Research and Innovation

Patrick Phillips
September 22

Coming soon: Renderings and models of the Knight Campus

In an update, Patrick Phillips details the progress made a year after the campus-changing announcement was made
Physicist Richard Taylor talks
September 19

Quack Chats to land in downtown Eugene starting Sept. 27

UO’s pub talk series, designed to encourage public interaction with UO researchers, is moving to the Downtown Athletic Club
A view of the Lokey Labs
September 18

UO provides guidance on changes for postdoctoral scholars

A new law affects retirement and clarifies the teaching role
UO neuroimaging lab
September 11

UO joins forces with OHSU for three-day neuroscience event

The Flux Congress symposium will draw neuroscience researchers to Portland Sept. 16-18
Image shows two students in the internship program at work in a UO optics lab
September 10

Interviews await UO students seeking industrial internships

Master's Industrial Internship Program enters its 20th year and is now a graduate training program under the Knight Campus
Science library big data screen
September 8

Schill announces interdisciplinary data science initiative

Eight new faculty members in multiple disciplines will be hired as part of the effort
Green light bulbs
September 8

Campus festival celebrating innovation posts call for proposals

Set for Oct. 27, Innovation Summit 2017 is open to students, faculty, alumni and community members
Researcher in lab
September 6

Workshop aims to boost NSF graduate research fellowships

The UO wants to help more graduate students secure the prized research grants
Image shows activity at an Oregon retail marijuana business (Anna Reed, Statesman Journal, via AP)
September 5

Oregon's legalization quickly cut Washington border pot sales

UO study also provides perspective on the movement of legally purchased marijuana across state lines into neighboring states
Neskowin Ghost Forest and Proposal Rock, remnants of the Cascadia earthquake in 1700 (Blacklist Media/Flickr)
August 30

Grad student helps coast residents prep for tsunami escape

To complete a master’s degree in landscape architecture, Bryn Davis studies a childhood vacation spot and proposes improvements to a pedestrian path

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