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A study of early school-aged children shows a connection between the bacteria in their gut and their behavior, and that parents play a key role in their kids’ microbiome beyond the food they provide.
Results from the lab of biochemist Adrian Gombart show that each of the hops compounds decreased the amount and diversity of microbes and reduced inflammation leading to improved metabolism.
Microbiologists at Oregon State University have made an important advance in understanding the roles that gut bacteria play in human health.
The College of Science congratulates Courtney Rae Armour, the first graduate student to receive the Larry W. Martin & Joyce B. O’Neill Endowed Fellowship.
A recent critical assessment of software tools represents a key step toward taming the “Wild West” nature of the burgeoning field of metagenomics.
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.
Oregon State microbiologists have suggested a new paradigm for the study of microbiomes—one that has key implications for medical care.
Fueled by an urgency driving microbiome research nationally, the College of Science launches the OSU Microbiome Initiative this spring.
The Oregon State University Microbiome Initiative is offering a series of events including a training workshop, a research forum and a public lecture featuring an award-winning science writer.
Award-winning science writer and journalist Ed Yong presents inaugural public lecture of OSU Microbiome Initiative.