George Waldbusser, OSU ecologist and co-author of the paper, comments on “hotspots”
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After three and a half years, Monday marked the 30,000th pet spayed/neutered
“Challenge to Change,” begins at 7 p.m. in LaSells Stewart Center
Researchers Jason Ideker and David Trejo of OSU to research sustainable cement-based products
Farmers and scientists in the inland Northwest are launching a $20 million study on how climate change will impact agricultural practices.
OSU purchased more renewable energy than any other school in the Pac-10
OSU helps monitor eco systems via satellite images
Century and sesquicentennial farm and ranch applications to be hosted/databased by OSU
OSU Engineering students develop their own barley malter for their Senior Project
New MRRSS will help farmers identify and count plotted trees.
Leaders defended the efficiency of Oregon’s public universities…
Article from the Bend Bulletin supporting passage of SB 242.
By Salem Weekly Editors from Salem Weekly, Section News Posted on Tue May 03, 2011 at 11:55:37 PM PDT Newport will soon be the first place in the United States to have a wave energy test program. The Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center, a collaboration of Oregon State University and the University of Washington, […]
By: Jonathan Hiskes Published: May 3 2011 – 7:14am Tags: Clean Energy, wave power Columbia Power Technologies’ SeaRay wave generator Ken Rhinefrank stands aboard the crane barge Sea Horse and smacks his hand against the six-ton yellow contraption resting on it like a gigantic dumbbell. “Stronger than steel,” he says. It’ll have to be. The dumbbell – the SeaRay developed […]
Cutting OSU extension centers would devastate rural Oregon