Award-winning science writer Ed Yong discusses microbiome in the human body based on best-selling book, I Contain Multitudes.
William Yslas Velez, Distinguished Professor at University of Arizona, tells all of first-year minority students, "If you know mathematics, you can do anything.”
Recent challenges to science have caused us to reflect on what are doing to positively impact climate change.
Celebrate the magic of color through arts and science at special events May 5, 2017 with Nike, HGTV, and others!
Science students and families are invited to special events featuring art, talent and a panel discussion with Nike, Harvard Pigments Museum and others!
Mathematician Mary Beisiegel receives national award for distinguished teaching from Mathematical Association of America.
Elise Lockwood in the Department of Mathematics receives CAREER Award from NSF, its most prestigious award for early career faculty.
Microbiomes: To See the Unseen, a groundbreaking exhibit that marries art and science, opens April 13 at the Corvallis Art Center
Join us in welcoming Staci Simonich as the new Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs.
Alumnus Michael Waterman grew up on a livestock ranch in 1950s Oregon to become an internationally celebrated mathematician and biologist.
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