Once dismissed as “hippie chem,” the rise of green chemistry at the UO has been a prime catalyst in a global movement toward environmentally conscious methods and results.
Nanotechnology promises a dazzling array of breakthroughs in numerous fields, but is it safe? UO chemistry prof Jim Hutchison says, "This is a chance to get it right from the beginning."
An anthropologist and journalist explore Oregon’s historic links to Latin America and the human dimensions of the state’s Latino population.
As activists seek a sustainable and socially just model for food production and consumption, an English professor looks to literature for insight.
The term “interdisciplinarity” might seem like trendy jargon at other campuses, but it is part of our tradition at Oregon.