Research and Innovation

Colon and related stem cells, colored in green, help Zemper track the cells in mice
March 15

Cell biologist to examine gut-brain connection in pub talk

UO biologist Annie Zemper will dive into gut science and seek to make the topic less squeamish for everyday conversations
Jon Runyeon, Angie Towle and Mike Stacey look down on the new cadaver table
March 14

Digital table gives UO students 3D views inside human bodies

Table donated to human physiology is in high demand by anatomy students supplementing their studies 
Graphic of 3-D field
March 11

A new innovation speaker series will launch March 13

The series is part of a university effort to encourage more innovation in the community
October 2018 summit meeting
March 4

Second round of OHSU-UO Collaborative Seed Grants begun

Interested faculty members should participate in a Wednesday, March 13, webinar
Palmer Station in Antarctica
March 1

Icefish genome may offer insights into age-related health issues

The UO's John Postlethwait was part of team that sequenced the genetic map of an unusual cold-water fish
Lab scene
February 28

Deadline extended for I3 research seed funding applications

The extra week is being added to offset any delays resulting from the recent weather closures
Symposium logo
February 26

Registration deadline nears for neuroscience symposium

The Oregon Decision Neuroscience Symposium will draw speakers from across North America
Submersible preparing to dive
February 26

OQ: Marine biologist dives deep in search of red sea urchins

Aaron Galloway and a colleague Alex Lowe used a submersible to search for the spiny creatures
Aerial view of campus
February 25

UO joins a new national effort to diversify the STEM faculty

A three-year NSF initiative will help universities improve recruitment, hiring and retention practices
Nick Allen
February 25

Researcher sees cellphones as a possible tool to prevent suicide

Psychology professor Nick Allen wants to use digital tools to help protect troubled teenagers

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