From Margin to Mainstream
“The organic movement has evolved from a fringe element associated with a lost generation to a core business strategy of the world’s largest corporations.” –Reuters News Service, September 2008 When California-based Amy’s Kitchen opened a plant in Southern Oregon in 2006, the Oregon Department of Agriculture called it “a large feather in Oregon’s organic cap.” […]
No More Dentures
As soon as the story was out last winter, Chrissa Kioussi’s phone started to ring. People offered to send her their teeth or to volunteer in her study of tooth development.
“Freakishly Excited To Learn”
Something about César Chávez grabbed Gabriel’s imagination and wouldn’t let go.
Without antioxidants, you may be more prone to cancer and neurological or cardiovascular problems.
Cells for Solar
The diatom — an ancient form of single-celled algae — may hold the key to a new generation of cheap, clean solar technology.
The Littlest Among Us
Clutching a book about Clifford the Big Red Dog, 4-year-old Allexis clambers onto a sofa in the Library Corner. Her mom, Tiffani Bowen, jots the child’s name on a sign-in sheet at the Child Development Laboratory in OSU’s Hallie Ford Center and then sits down beside her. Bowen’s sheltering arm, sun-bronzed and tattooed with a […]