Research and Innovation

Glass blowing
March 23

UO physics study sheds light on a glassy conundrum

A new UO study provides an important clue to one of physics’ great unsolved mysteries
Stock image of hands working on research in a lab
March 16

Nominations open for the 2020 Outstanding Research Awards

Awardees receive commendation and $1,000 in research support; deadline is April 10
River flowing over rocks.
March 11

The Year of Water opens the spigot on university research

The statewide initiative begins in earnest with a waterfall of spring events
UO biologist Annie Zemper
March 4

Applications open for 2020 interdisciplinary grants

The I3 award program brings UO faculty members together across departments
Meeting in Washington, D.C.
March 2

Returning travel program to bring faculty members to funders

Visit to D.C. helps build relationships with program officers at federal funding agencies
Biology professor Judith Eisen in the UO's Zebrafish International Research Center.
February 25

University unveils a new website for research and innovation

New site offers improved user experience and streamlined research administration service
Lab worker using tablet
February 24

Campus message offers guidance on foreign engagement

A new webpage offers information on federal requirements and international collaboration
Feet emerging from hot tub
February 20

Study will ask if hot tubbing can lower blood pressure

Researchers want to know if nice, hot soaks can work as well, or better, than exercise
Research team at site of initial discovery in Baja California
February 19

UO team helping to decipher a Baja California mystery

First outing led by Becky Dorsey explores clues to the peninsula’s genetic diversity
Collage of book covers
February 17

Science book club adds meeting to dig deeper into storytelling

The Lab Lit Book Club offers a chance for readers to consider science through fiction