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The mechanics of a student athlete

Engineering student Ruth Hamblin is a star on the court.

New Centro opens

The new Centro Cultural Cesar Chavez building will serve as a home away from home for Oregon State's Latino/Latina students, and will allow them to share their culture with the campus community.

Finding a place, discovering a sport

Women excel playing club rugby at Oregon State.

Alternative spring break

Oregon State students participate in service learning trips to help communities in Oregon, Washington and California.

From the depths of time

Scientists and tribes work to save the Pacific lamprey.

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Scientists successfully use krypton to accurately date ancient Antarctic ice


Scientists have successfully identified the age of 120,000-year-old Antarctic ice using krypton dating – a new technique that may allow them to locate ice more than a million years old.

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OSU names Lubchenco adviser for marine sciences


Former NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco is back on the faculty of Oregon State where she has a new role – adviser to the university on marine studies issues.

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Trees go high-tech: process turns cellulose into energy storage devices


OSU chemists have discovered a way to convert cheap cellulose directly into the materials to make a high-tech energy storage product.

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Energy breakthrough uses sun to create solar energy materials


An important advance by OSU engineers will allow the sun not only to power solar cells, but to create the material used in them.

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Proteins discovered in gonorrhea may offer new approach to treatment


OSU pharmacy researchers have discovered a new avenue of attack against gonorrhea, a venereal disease with growing resistance to antibiotics.


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24 Apr 2014

2014 Earth Week Celebration

The annual Earth Week celebration is a week of fun and educational activities geared toward raising environmental awareness and engagement. View the...
25 Apr 2014

Making Music Together

Celebrate OSU’s new partnership with the Los Angeles-based GRAMMY Museum, which will provide students access to the rich musical history and archives...
28 Apr 2014

The Holocaust and the Shaping of Israel

Many historians have claimed that groups and governments outside Nazi Europe did too little to try to rescue Jews during the Holocaust, and some have claimed...
29 Apr 2014

Discovery Lecture Series

The DISCOVERY Lecture Series brings prominent scientists, acclaimed writers and key policymakers to Oregon State University to present on matters of national...
01 May 2014

Remembering Anne Frank

Almost seven decades after her death at Bergen-Belsen, Anne Frank remains the best known of the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, this owing...