Research and Innovation

UO physics professor Mike Raymer
March 15

Professor to explore the coming revolution in quantum technology

Professor Mike Raymer will talk about the development and potential of quantum computing
Undergraduate Research Symposium
March 9

Undergrads can present research and artwork at symposium

The deadline to submit a proposal for the UO Undergraduate Research Symposium is March 16
Lab scene
March 9

Nominations are open for the Outstanding Research Awards

April 6 is the deadline for submitting names for awards in four categories
Childen at day care
March 8

Early career researchers face a childcare-conference conundrum

UO's Nicole Swann says family needs too often derail professional visibility of women scientists
Volunteers remove debris from a collapsed building in Mexico City after the Sept. 19, 2017 Puebla earthquake
March 7

Earthquake study by UO scientist will help his native Mexico

Diego Melgar experienced the 1985 quake and is now helping Mexico track a new fault line
Lorry Lokey
March 6

Lokey's next project: $10 million for Knight Campus faculty chairs

One of the UO's most generous supporters steps up again in hope of sparking other gifts
Split screen image of library and art museum
March 5

Information sessions offered for Mellon fellowship grants

Sessions provide faculty information about grants to advance UO Libraries-JSMA collaboration
Illustration of self-driving cars
March 5

Presidential fund awards $1 million for Urbanism Next Center

A center will be established to research how new tech will affect cities
Backhoe tearing down building
March 2

New era begins as construction starts on UO's Knight Campus

‘This is an important moment in the history of our university,’ President Schill says at a groundbreaking ceremony
Image shows the Olympic rings in front of a stadium
February 23

Olympic sponsors must be on top of their game to be remembered

UO prof T. Bettina Cornwell probes how consumers remember, right or wrong, who sponsored an event