EUGENE, Ore. — Two University of Oregon students are among four finalists of the Oregon BEST Red List Design Challenge.
EUGENE, Ore. — (May 13, 2013) — Your brain often works on autopilot when it comes to grammar. That theory has been around for years, but University of Oregon neuroscientists have captured elusive hard evidence
EUGENE, Ore. — (May 10, 2013) — "Oregon Archaeology," written by three archaeologists at the University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History, earned a 2013 Oregon Heritage Excellence Award from the Oregon Heritage Commission.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (May 7, 2013) -- A new University of Oregon commuter survey shows that students, faculty and staff are increasingly getting to campus by methods other than the single-person car trip.The finding comes as the UO community gears up for the annual Business Commute Challenge, a weeklong promotion of active and healthy transportation options.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (May 2, 2013) -- A surprisingly large number of women 18 or older choose to delay or skip monthly menstruation by deviating from the instructions of birth-control pills and other hormonal contraceptives, a team of UO researchers and others found, in a study of female students at the university.
EUGENE, Ore. -- (April 29, 2013) -- More children than ever are being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Is that proof of an epidemic – or a change in how we define and diagnose this developmental disability?An international expert and a team of specialists from the University of Oregon invite the public to get the facts on autism – and the latest developments – at a seminar and panel.
EUGENE, Ore. — (April 24, 2013) — University of Oregon archaeologist Jon M. Erlandson, whose research has found some of the earliest evidence of seafaring societies being part of the peopling of the Americas, is among newly elected members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
EUGENE, Ore. — (April 23, 2013) — A specific region of the brain is in play when children consider their identity and social status as they transition into adolescence
EUGENE, Ore. — (April 18, 2013) — Using spinning disk microscopy on barely day-old zebra fish embryos, University of Oregon scientists have gained a new window on how synapse-building components move to worksites in the central nervous system.
EUGENE, Ore. — (April 11, 2013) — University of Oregon biologist Jessica Green is among 175 U.S. and Canadian scholars, artists and scientists named as 2013 Guggenheim Fellows
EUGENE, Ore. — (April 9, 2013) — Animals have helped sculpt human societies throughout history, but they are not getting proper credit for their influence
EUGENE, Ore. — (March 25, 2013) — Being exposed to arguing parents is associated with the way babies' brains process emotional tone of voice, according to a newly published study
EUGENE, Ore. -- (March 19, 2013) -- The University of Oregon and the city of Medford have begun an innovative, year-long partnership during which students and faculty will work with municipal officials to complete sustainability projects ranging from bicycle routes to industrial redevelopment proposals.
EUGENE, Ore. — (March 20, 2013) — University of Oregon chemists say that ultra-thin films of nickel and iron oxides made through a solution synthesis process are promising catalysts
EUGENE, Ore. — (March 18, 2013) — University of Oregon chemists have synthesized organic molecular structures that move both positive and negative electrical charges
EUGENE, Ore. — (March 12, 2013) — Human skin is home to countless microorganisms that we can't see, but these microbes help to define who we are. These invisible passengers — known as the skin microbiome — contribute to health
EUGENE, Ore. — (March 8, 2013) — A study of 345 female university students found that 233 of them had experienced at least one unwanted sexual experience in their lifetime, and 46 percent of those victims also experienced betrayal by the institution where incidents occurred.
EUGENE, Ore. — (Feb. 27, 2013) — "Betrayal violates us," write University of Oregon psychologists Jennifer Freyd and Pamela Birrell in the preface of a new book that tackles the devastating act and probes the deep underpinnings of why people cover it up.
EUGENE, Ore. — (Feb. 25, 2013) — More than 20 years ago the non-profit Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC), based at the University of Oregon, helped build some of the initial Internet infrastructure —