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Sea star disease epidemic surges in Oregon
An estimated 30-50% of the Oregon sea star populations in the intertidal zone have the disease.
Lyme disease older than human race
Lyme disease bacteria found in 15-million-year-old amber
A homerun for treating Lou Gehrig’s disease
Copper compound could extend lifespan of those suffering from the debilitating disease
Even healthy corals have viruses
Science Nation video explores role viruses might play in revealing reef decline

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Lipoic acid helps restore, synchronize the “biological clock”

Jul 17, 2014
Lipoic acid may have such a wide range of biological effects because it helps to restore more normal circadian rhythms, which often decline with age.… Read full story.
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New assay to spot fake malaria drugs could save thousands of lives

Jul 15, 2014
OSU chemists have developed a new technology to tell whether a common malaria medication is genuine, and it could save thousands of lives.… Read full story.

SAR11, oceans’ most abundant organism, has ability to create methane

Jul 7, 2014
A new study by researchers at Oregon State University demonstrates the ability of some strains of the oceans’ most abundant organism – SAR11 – to generate methane.… Read full story.



Biological Motions through the Lens

Join biological physicists Drs. Weihong Qiu and Bo Sun to explore the new Advanced Light Microscopy Facility at OSU. Learn how researchers use advanced microscopy methods to observe the actions of…
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