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Making research count

Friday, January 18th, 2013

Junior microbiologist student, Minhazer Sarker, is Powered by Orange. Learn more about how he is making research count in the lab of Linus Pauling Institute researcher, Tory Hagen.

Bringing research together

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Bringing research together. Mike McInally, Corvallis Gazette-Times New Linus Pauling Science Center will unite work in one facility Sometime later this year, the director of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University will cross over a threshold he’s been working toward for nearly 15 years. It’s a literal threshold: One day soon, Balz Frei […]

Holding Out Hope

Saturday, May 28th, 2011

Holding Out Hope: A tenacious scientist’s quest for the causes of Lou Gehrig’s disease David Stauth terra Magazine Doctors do not know for sure what causes ALS. They don’t know how to slow its progression. They certainly don’t know how to cure it. Researchers debate among themselves and trade theories in science literature. Dedicated doctors, […]

Food dyes may protect against cancer

Monday, May 12th, 2008

Those synthetic food dyes might not be all bad. From New Scientist: Gayle Orner at Oregon State University in Corvallis added the carcinogens dibenzopyrene (DBP) or aflatoxin to the feed of trout for one month, with or without the food dyes Red 40 – one of six recently linked to hyperactivity in children – or […]