Research and Innovation

Rachael Cleveland
April 26

UO undergraduate advocates for science funding in D.C.

Rachael Cleveland attended a science policy workshop and met with congressional staff members
UO researchers at the MRI scanner at the Robert and Beverly Lewis Center for Neuroimaging
April 25

Brain scans may uncover signs of autism and developmental delays

UO, OHSU researchers to look for brain differences that could lead to improved interventions
Shuar children in uniform outside a building
April 24

Immune response might be stunting growth in millions of kids

UO-led study finds that chronic exposure to worms and the body's response work against youngsters
Judith Eisen
April 23

UO biologist Judith Eisen elected into elite American academy

She was named a fellow of the AAAS, along with a former president and a Supreme Court justice
A view of Chapman Hall, home of the Clark Honors College.
April 20

Humanities center announces graduate fellowship recipients

The awards will help six students work toward competing their dissertations
Allen Malony
April 19

Computer science professor notches his fourth Fulbright award

Allen Malony will be honored by the Franco-American Fulbright Commission for his research
An erupting geyser at Yellowstone National Park
April 17

Supercomputers yield sharper view of Yellowstone's magma

A thick transition zone divides shallow and deep chambers and may control how magma moves
Collage of research images
April 16

The 2018 Faculty Research Awards recognize 20 scholars

The awards help fund expenses for a range of promising research projects in many fields of study
Raghu Parthasarathy in his lab
April 11

Research uncovers new clues that could help fight cholera

Imaging and analysis by a UO physicist reveal one of the first effects of a dangerous infection
Supercomputers
April 9

New UO research center to focus on 'deep learning'

The Center for Big Learning is being launched with a $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation

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