Sounding an Arctic Retreat
The Arctic doesn’t give up its secrets without a fight. A science team led by OSU oceanographer Kelly Falkner learned that the hard way last year when a sudden windstorm off the northern Greenland coast destroyed their tents and scattered debris for miles.
Fish Bones and Tree Rings
Fish bones smaller than a fingernail have a big story to tell.
Common Ground: Gardens and Scholarship
Ralph Waldo Emerson was a cultivator and connoisseur of pears. His protégé Henry David Thoreau grew beans on the shores of Walden Pond.
Amber Waves of SuperSoft Wheat
Wheat fields may have inspired Katherine Lee Bates to write a song about America’s beautiful “amber waves of grain,” but not all wheat is created equal.
Solutions for Business
The Business Solutions Group in the College of Business has performed those services for Fortune 500 companies, start-ups and public agencies such as the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Open Source, Hot and Cool
Alex Polvi may work and study at OSU, but he gets paid by Mozilla, an Internet software company in Mountain View, California.