Powering the Economy

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
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
Counselor and patient
July 13

Applications now open for new online master’s in psychology

Designed for working professionals, the new degree offering is exclusively virtual
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
Sabinna Pierre at podium
June 23

Class of 2020 enjoys a virtual sendoff, together in spirit

A graduation day like no other still gave this year's seniors plenty to celebrate
Collage of recipients
June 8

Five faculty members receive Outstanding Research Awards

Awards spotlight  impact and breadth of UO research, creative activity and innovation
Reopening sign in store window
June 1

UO faculty report outlines a framework for economic recovery

Multiple researchers offer guidelines on recovering from the pandemic’s crises
Empty city street
May 27

UO researchers examine how COVID-19 is affecting cities

Researchers at the Urbanism Next Center are trying to get ahead of potential changes

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