Research and Innovation

Mount Shasta and cinder cones
August 14

Study shows what’s below ‘recent’ Cascade eruptions

New dive into data documents nearly 3,000 volcanoes active in last 2.6 million years
Fish tanks in the UO's zebrafish lab
August 11

UO team will use zebrafish in new study of aquatic symbioses

A Moore Foundation grant will help researchers examine animal species living together
Laser light passing through lenses
August 10

UO researchers collaborate on new national quantum centers

They are advancing quantum information science, engineering, education and training
Illustration of a protein
August 5

UO biochemist awarded $2.88 million to study the cytoskeleton

Brad Nolen and his lab will study proteins that guide cell shape and function
Illustration of DNA helix
August 3

Knight Campus scientist boosts strength of genetic synthesis

Calin Plesa is improving a cheaper way to synthesize genes that he helped create at UCLA
Galaxy NGC4414
July 27

UO physicist tweaks the age of the universe with new approach

A study led by Jim Schombert finds a new value for the Hubble constant
Moving the MRI into place
July 13

New magnetic imaging device will double lab's capacity

The state-of-the-art instrument is part of the UO's Lewis Center for Neuroimaging
Aerial view of downtown Eugene buildings
July 13

New research examines the societal effects of COVID-19

Two new projects look at changes to transportation, shopping and infrastructure
Animated scene from video
July 7

New video series focuses on technology transfer at the UO

See the behind-the-scenes process for making a difference with faculty discoveries
CAMCOR facility
June 30

High-tech lab delivers critical services during pandemic

CAMCOR, the UO’s high-tech extension service, has been a hub of COVID-19 activity