Research and Innovation

A photo from the cover of UO philosophy professor Colin Koopman’s book “How We Became Our Data: A Genealogy of the Informational Person,” which explores the history of data tracking technologies used over time, and the emergence of mass-scale data systems
May 21

New seed funding will support efforts in data science

It is part of an initiative to integrate, enhance and expand the program throughout the university
Nicki Swann talks with students in her human physiology lab
May 21

UO-led study finds angles in raw EEG data point to Parkinson’s

In Nicole Swann’s lab, a fresh analysis of unfiltered beta waves finds clues that may eventually help both diagnosis and treatment
Christof Koch
May 16

Consciousness pioneer to deliver inaugural Mind/Brain Lecture

Christof Koch, of the Allen Institute for Brain Science, will speak May 31 in Straub Hall
Graduate Research Forum
May 13

Graduate students will share research at 10th annual event

The campus community is invited to attend Graduate Research Forum on May 17 in the EMU
UO physics professor Mike Raymer
May 13

Recipients of 2019 Outstanding Research Awards announced

Seven faculty members were recognized for their work in research and scholarly activity
Lane Transit District buses in the rain at Eugene Station
May 13

UO study finds income affects bus ridership in bad weather

College of Design’s Nicole Ngo studied how climate changes may affect public transportation
Zebrafish skin cells
May 9

New imaging tool is the latest contribution from Murdock trust

The advanced microscope is able to image live cells and will help advance genomics research
Tim Gardner
May 6

Neuroengineer headlines new faculty hires at Knight Campus

Biology and biomedical engineering researcher Tim Gardner is joining the Knight Campus in summer
Recent Outstanding Achievement Awards reception
May 3

Teaching, mentorship and research will be celebrated May 28

The Outstanding Achievements Awards ceremony honors recipients from across campus
Teen doing bike acrobatics
May 3

Pub talk will sort out which teens go too far with risky behaviors

Professor Atika Khurana will challenge the stereotype that all teens struggle to manage impulses