In the last decade Oregon State University has doubled it's research funding to $275 ... Among the top colleges were the College of Agricultural Sciences, ... (Corvallis Gazette Times)
Gold is helping researchers from Oregon State University improve the generation of electricity from microbes. Potentially, the nanotech might prove useful in the realms of water treatment and renewable energy.
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Engineers at Oregon State University have made a significant advance toward producing electricity from sewage, by the use of new coatings on the anodes of microbial electrochemical cells that increased the electricity production abo... ... Researchers in the OSU College of Engineering and College of Agricultural Sciences, including Hong Liu, an assistant professor of biological and ecological engineering, are national leaders in development of this technology, ... (KTVZ, Science Daily, Nanowerk LLC, Nanomagazine, Eurek Alert)
An Oregon State University wildlife biologist, who provides scientific ... About the OSU College of Agricultural Sciences: The college contributes in many ...
Ramesh Sagili arrived at Oregon State University in March 2009 after beekeepers and farmers pressed the Legislature to fund honeybee research. Sagili’s qualifications, focus and the detailed research he proposed sold the selection committee.
A new study out of Oregon State University says the current theory of why phytoplankton blooms in the ocean, is incorrect.
“To be eligible for a surimi resource, a particular species must be abundant, currently under-utilized, and be economically viable,” said Jae Park, a global expert on surimi production who shares the latest in surimi research and processing through the Surimi School at the Oregon State University Seafood Laboratory in Astoria.
An estimated 1 billion viewers will be watching the final match of the World Cup today, and the brilliant green blades beaming from television screens worldwide are quite an endorsement of Oregon's grass seed industry. (Gazzette-Times)
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• OSU wildlife biologist honored with Distinguished Scientist Award
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• World Cup showcases Oregon grass seed
Stephen Brandt, an Oregon State University researcher, will head to the Gulf of Mexico as part of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) rapid response team. Brandt will study the impact of the oil spill on fish and other marine life.
An editorial piece by Sonny Ramaswamy, dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University.