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Tsunamis destroy coral reefs

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

A study conducted after the massive Sept. 2009 tsunami in American Samoa shows that tsunamis can cause extensive damage to sensitive coral reefs that provide essential habitat for marine life. More…

Not so foolish after all

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

“Fool’s gold” (pyrite) may not be the final answer to creating economical, nontoxic solar cells, but it is providing valuable information in the ongoing search. More…

Efficient solar cells from inkjet technology

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

Reducing raw material waste by 90 percent in the production of solar energy may soon be a reality thanks to a powerful new inkjet technology invented at Oregon State. More…

Yamamuro Endowed Fellowship

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

A substantial gift from the estate of deceased Associate Professor of Geotechnical Engineering Jerry Yamamuro (’76 CE), will generate about $27,000 each year to support geotechnical engineering graduate students. More…

Ronald L. Adams Endowed Fund for Excellence

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

On Nov. 7, at a College of Engineering banquet, attendees thanked former dean Ron Adams by announcing a $350,000 endowed fund bearing his name. More…

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