This rumble strip design provide adequate feedback to drivers to alert them of lane departures while also significantly reducing noise generation when compared to other designs.
Oregon State University researchers have discovered new varieties of Northwest wheat, a technology that can treat diseases like Alzheimers and a transparent sensor that can determine glucose levels.
Cindy Ocamb, an associate professor of botany and OSU Extension Service specialist, combined a mixture of eight microorganisms that work together to increase crop yields and fight disease.
The Next Great Startup competition gave some of Oregon State’s most innovative minds the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges and venture capitalist coaches.
The Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Institute (ATAMI) — a collaborative space for startups, faculty and community partners on the HP campus in Corvallis — is expanding.
Jen Ventrella, an Oregon State graduate student focusing on humanitarian engineering, created a fuel use and emissions logger — a sensor that measures the temperature of a biomass-burning rocket stove and the weight of fuel wood it consumes.
In 2015, the Advantage Accelerator/RAIN Corvallis program received a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant to help transform select startups into fully functioning businesses.
Ryan Mehl, associate professor of biochemistry and biophysics at Oregon State and chief technology officer of xBiologix Inc., has developed a method of controlling protein deposition and orientation.
Electrical and computer engineering professor John Wager was recently named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
Justin Phillips, Chiara Marzi and Susmita Padala have a deep passion for the entrepreneurial world.
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