Here’s a story from The Oregonian about OSU student Mohammed Farhad who is studying for his biology degree: Farhad wanted to go to college in the U.S. Ultimately, he said, he wanted to become a doctor, return to Afghanistan and help people who had no access to medical treatment. … In September, Farhad began his [...]
Archive for February, 2009
Professor James Carrington is a newly elected Fellow at the American Academy of Microbiology. One of 72 microbiologists to be elected, James was selected based on his record of scientific achievement and original contributions that have advanced microbiology. James is the Director for the Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing at OSU.
The Winter 2009 issue of Terra is now available. Stories from the College of Science include Ajeet Johnson’s study of the Brothers Fault Zone in Central Oregon, and how Chemistry is going green in the new Green Materials Chemistry Center.
The Zoology Department had a little celebration today in honor of Charles Darwin, complete with a cake worthy of a 200th birthday: