Discoveries and news in research, student success, faculty engagement and alumni accomplishments.
A team of chemists discovered how to create isomandelalide, a synthetic, stable compound which is a huge asset for scientists studying disease.
Hours after returning from a business trip to Africa to his home in Geneva, Switzerland, alumnus Ramesh Krishnamurthy (’00) boarded a flight for Oregon.
Cassie Lew was recently awarded the prestigious DAAD RISE (Research Internships in Science and Engineering) fellowship to conduct research this summer in Germany.
Microbiology doctoral student Stephanie Rosales will spend two months in Nepal on an NSF Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP).
An interdisciplinary research team receives a 3-year NSF grant for $583K to study animal-microbe interactions to expand our understanding of the immune system's evolution.
Doc Storm arrived in Corvallis in 1939 to pursue his master’s degree in zoology and never left except for service in World War II
Biohealth science is a new name for one of the oldest disciplines, which encompasses human biology, microbiology, biochemistry and molecular biology.
Transdisciplinary team receives $3 million NSF grant to develop Research Traineeships using Big Data to analyze effects of human activities and climate change on oceans.
Fellows will receive professional development and support during their first four years of teaching in high needs schools.
Thanks to the generous support of our alumni and friends, our College exceeded $4 million in philanthropic investments this fiscal year.
Chemistry alumnus Steven Sloop (Ph.D., '96) is at the forefront of global efforts to invent and commercialize a clean battery recycling technology.
New insect species, breakthrough in ALS research, big ideas in ocean protection and more...