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The inaugural ART:SCI Lecture, “Venn pirouettes: Changing the way the world sees math” by painter Michael Schultheis will be held October 24, 2018.
Solar Eclipse 2017 was a stellar moment for the validity of astronomy, for science itself and for OSU astronomer Randall Milstein.
Catalyzed by OSU's yearlong arts+science event SPARK, a Harvard scientist purchases a stunning work by an Oregon artist who was in turn inspired by his experiment with bacteria on a giant petri dish.
Australian paint supply company Derivan has turned YInMn Blue into a color for artists, ensuring that the beauty and artistic merits of the new color pigment will be discovered and enjoyed by many.
Crayola announces the name of its new blue crayon that was inspired by chemist Mas Subramanian's YInMn blue pigment: It's Bluetiful.
Enjoy these photos from a talent-filled 2017 Spring Family Weekend.
A blue pigment discovered at Oregon State University by chemistry professor Mas Subramanian is the inspiration for Crayola's new crayon color.
Fueled by an urgency driving microbiome research nationally, the College of Science launches the OSU Microbiome Initiative this spring.
The College of Science and OSU Library present a new exhibit, “Beautiful Science, Useful Art,” exploring the evolution of graphics and data visualization through six centuries.
Award-winning science writer and journalist Ed Yong presents inaugural public lecture of OSU Microbiome Initiative.
“The Colorful World of Pigments” celebrated the intersection of science, industry, art, color and culture spurred by OSU's YInMn blue pigment discovery with a celebrity panel of experts.
The Microbiomes: Connecting Communities exhibit is open to the public until May 12, and displays artwork by students and faculty/staff shaped by collaborations between art and microbiology.