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TEDxSGH "How the fruit fly helped to understand your biological clock"

Listen to Jaga Giebultowicz present her TEDx talk on understanding our night/day rhythms.

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Oregon Now Has A Hypoxia Season, Just Like A Wildfire Season

"Every summer we live on the knife's edge and during many years we cross the threshold into danger -- including the past two years. When oxygen levels get low enough, many marine organisms who are place-bound, or cannot move away rapidly enough, die of oxygen starvation," said Francis Chan.

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Two IB researchers receive NSF postdoctoral fellowships

Congratulations to Allie Graham and John Sproul on receiving prestigious NSF postdoctoral fellowships!

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OSU scientists: Those fragrances you enjoy? Dinosaurs liked them first

George Poinar has found evidence that floral scents likely originated in primitive flowers up to 100 million years ago to lure potential pollinators.

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Size the main factor in predicting how calcifying organisms will respond to ocean acidification

While completing her PhD in the Department of Integrative Biology, Allison Barner discovered that "organismal size is the best predictor of an individual's physiological performance under acidified conditions."

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