News Archive prior to Feb. 2015

Humans not guilty in shaping chimpanzee, bonobo behavior

UO's Frances White and doctoral student are part of international team that analyzed behavior patterns of the two African apes

UO-led research finds each tree species has a bacterial identity

Gene sequencing of samples from 57 Panamanian tree species gives scientists a look at host diversity in the plant microbiome

$8 million gift to fund scholarships for UO students interested in public school teaching

As public schools in Oregon and across the United States continue to face challenges, a University of Oregon d

UO researchers urge psychologists to see institutional betrayal

Recognizing the experience can help heal patients and repair institutional damage, they write in the American Psychologist

Meeting notice of the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon

Trustees will hold committee meetings and meet together for a multi-day public meeting Sept. 10 to Sept. 13

UO sets another record with the return of ESPN’s College Game Day

The Sept. 6 broadcast from the Memorial Quad marks sixth consecutive visit to Eugene

UO-Berkeley Lab unveil new nano-sized synthetic scaffolding technique

Oil-and-water approach from Geraldine Richmond's UO lab to spark new line of peptoid nanosheets

New tests again link nanodiamonds to cosmic event theory

Microscope in the University of Oregon's CAMCOR provides key evidence in new paper

Daniel Ellsberg of the Pentagon Papers to speak at UO event in Portland

"The Echoes of Vietnam" panel discussion focuses on the role of whistleblowers and government transparency.

Recovery reversal seen in Oregon study of returning concussed athletes

Dual tasking abilities show regression in many athletes returning to action in less than a month