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To build more efficient pumping systems, engineers might take inspiration from a tiny filter-feeding sea creature encased in a gelatinous structure known as a “mucus house” or “snot palace.” New University of Oregon research shows that the wavelike movement of the animal’s tail inside the snug chamber propels fluid and food particles consistently forward, closer to the mouth.
The Lundquist College of Business and the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact are celebrating a new $10 million gift to the University of Oregon in support of innovation and entrepreneurship as well as faculty excellence.
By listening in on the background chatter in the brain, scientists can predict the relationships between different neurons, according to new research from University of Oregon scientists and their colleagues.
Adding a squirt of water to coffee beans before grinding reduces static electric charge on the coffee grounds, new University of Oregon research shows.
University of Oregon researchers are filling in gaps in our understanding of the formation and growth the colon, a crucial part of the digestive system, by being among the first to apply modern molecular biology tools to the study.
Researchers from the University of Oregon have secured a $5 million grant to develop literacy screening tools for elementary school students learning Alaska Indigenous languages.
The Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon and its committees will hold meetings as noticed below. Meetings will be held in the Giustina Ballroom in the Ford Alumni Center (1720 E. 13th Ave.) on the University of Oregon’s Eugene campus.
A new approach to classroom behavior that avoids suspensions and expulsions could be the latest tool for helping youngsters avoid a whole list of short- and long-term problems, including drug abuse.
A new collaboration at the University of Oregon will develop programs to improve the mental health of student-athletes at K-12 schools across the state while offering additional resources to enhance care for UO student-athletes.
The University of Oregon’s Northwest Indian Language Institute will create a resource center for the revitalization of Indigenous languages, thanks to more than $1.7 million in funding from the US Department of Education.