OSU scientists have discovered a microscopic nematode that could be an important biological control against invasive slugs that cause billions of dollars a year in agricultural damage worldwide.
Science programs have guided the evolution of research and education at OSU since its 1868 land grant designation.
Marine biologist Sarah Henkel's survey of sea floor animals is helping the development of offshore renewable energy facilities on the west coast.
Incentive-based solutions offer significant hope for addressing the myriad environmental challenges facing the world’s oceans.
On November 2 and 3, 1500 K-12 students gather for Discovery Days on campus.
Two College of Science alumni win awards from the Oregon State University Alumni Association.
New insect species, breakthrough in ALS research, big ideas in ocean protection and more...
Researchers are interpreting and advancing biohealth sciences in innovative new ways by applying the natural sciences, such as mathematics, statistics and chemistry.