November 14, 2018 (USA Today) The 25 most innovative cities in US share affinity for technology
Check out Corvallis at #10 on this list of the top 25 most innovative cities in the United States!
July 1, 2018 (Corvallis Gazette-Times) Launching pad: Expansion boosts OSU incubator for high-tech startups
The Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Institute is primarily a research facility, but for the moment the people in lab coats may be outnumbered by the people in hard hats and safety vests.
June 6th, 2018 (Silicon Republic) Ancient pigment's mysterious, electrifying power was hidden for centuries
A fungi-produced pigment used in woodwork for hundreds of years could, in fact, turn out to be an incredibly capable semiconducting material.
May 17, 2018 (Chromatography Today) Detecting Histamine in Your Fish — Chromatography Investigates
In the United States it is estimated that almost 40% of seafood related food illnesses are due to excessive levels of histamine in the flesh of the fish. But now, research supported by Oregon State University have come up with a potentially simple and cheap method of detecting histamine levels in fish.
January 22, 2018 (ktvz.com) OSU researchers build small, energy-saving tech device
Researchers at Oregon State University have designed and fabricated the world’s smallest electro-optic modulator, which could mean major reductions in energy used by data centers and supercomputers.
January 11, 2018 (Business Wire) Onboard Dynamics Announces Launch of Mobile Natural Gas Compressor and Strategic Cooperation Agreement with Linamar Corporation
Onboard Dynamics (ObDI), an innovator in alternative refueling technologies, today announced the launch of its GoFlo™ CNG-80 mobile natural gas compressor for commercial use.
December 21, 2017 (R&D Magazine) Fluorescent Nanomedicine Could Improve Tumor Removal Process
Surgeons may soon be able to identify and remove cancerous tissues by just observing which ones are glowing
2017: The Sea Soy Solution (Golden Goose Award) From Golden Fleece to Golden Glue: The Sea Soy Solution
While out on the beach crabbing one day, Oregon State University wood chemist Kaichang Li admired the adhesive muscle of mussels, which inspired him to design a new, safer glue for plywood.
Today, nearly 50 organizations in the Pacific Northwest convened at Cambia Grove in Seattle to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) establishing the Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network, a partnership of incubators, accelerators, universities, investors and industry associations that have pledged to work collaboratively in support of entrepreneurs and researchers across British Columbia, Washington state and Oregon.
November 30, 2017 (Motherboard) These Roboticists Want to Take Over the World With a Pair of Legs
If you want to catch a glimpse of the future—as in, blockbuster Hollywood sci-fi future—try going for a stroll down a picturesque stretch of waterfront in sleepy Albany, Oregon, population: 53,000 souls.
Oregon State University is seeking a licensee for a microfluidic device that separates blood plasma from whole blood and can facilitate downstream assays.
Oregon State University is seeking a licensee or industry collaborator for an improved KNN based thin film production process.
Oregon State University is seeking a licensee or industry collaborator for development and commercialization of a novel method of inverse micelle preparation for alginate-based nanocarriers.
This technology provides a combination of various metal sulfur chemistries utilizing dissolution/precipitation and conversion reactions.
This technology strays from traditional transparent conductive oxide modulators, providing nano-cavity modulators on strip waveguides instead of using straight waveguide modulators.
The new hazelnut variety developed at Oregon State, named ‘PollyO’, combines high nut yield, early nut maturity, small round nuts and kernels, high kernel percentage, good kernel blanching, and excellent flavor.
To overcome challenges with pure xylindein and its derivatives as well as other organic semiconductors, OSU researchers developed a xylindein-containing composite material that can be deposited as a thin film and maintain similar, or in some instances even superior, electrical and optical properties as compared to pure xylindein
Lithium metal anode is the theoretical gold standard for power batteries due to its high theoretical capacity and its low standard electrochemical potential. This technology has the ability to double the specific energy capacity of the current Li-ion batteries.
This algorithm is applicable to radiation detection and counting, for example, in Gamma spectroscopy.