In the News

Solar panels can provide a consistent flow of money and security. CAS's Chad Higgins is leading research into agrivoltaics.

Lisbeth Goddik, a longtime professor and dairy extension specialist at Oregon State University, has been named head of the Department of Food Science and Technology.

2019 SACNAS Conference Attendees

Earlier this month, members of the Oregon State University Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) chapter attended the National Diversity in STEM conference in Honolulu, Hawai’i.

Blind taste tests conducted by Oregon State University found that fish caught and quickly frozen at sea rated as good or better than supposedly “fresh” fish bought at the supermarket.


In many rangelands, the problem isn’t too many cattle, it’s that the cattle aren’t using the land evenly, says Leticia Henderson, a livestock and range science professor at Oregon State University.

2019 Diamond Pioneers

At a luncheon on October 2, 2019 the following people were honored as recipients of the Diamond Pioneer Award

Kristyn Vitale with a cat

Kristyn Vitale is a woman on a mission: She's out to dispel at least part of the bad rap about cats — that they're aloof and independent, that they only care about their humans because we feed them and so forth. Any cat person who's gotten into...

Pivotal Moments: Summer 2019

Includes updates on HAREC labs and events.

sarah masoni making ice cream

Oregon State University’s Sarah Masoni knows she has a sophisticated palate. But one worth $1 million dollars?

school of fish

“With a lot of fisheries off the West Coast, we have historically had pretty good fishery management, which has given us resilience,” says Will White, fisheries ecologist at Oregon State University.

Susanne Brander, an Oregon State University toxicologist who researches the effects of microplastics on larval fish, says the amphipods are becoming a vector to transport plastic particles into the food web.