Greening the Bottom Line
In the business world, profit has long been the standard for performance. Red ink on the bottom line raises red flags with investors. However, companies are increasingly judged on their social and environmental behavior as well as economics.
Training for a Science-Smart Workforce
Innovative businesses need savvy employees, people who know science and understand commerce, people like Bill Becker and Akihide Takagi.
Maps Help Plow New Ground for Oregon Grass
Two OSU scientists have produced the first collection of maps that show climate, soil characteristics and plant species suitability for the People’s Republic of China.
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.
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.