Thirty years ago, George Streisinger made a splash with a paper describing the first-ever large-scale production of vertebrate clones. And thus began the UO zebra fish dynasty.
Why should time and effort be expended in the study of “dead” languages? Our experts — Malcolm Wilson, Mary Jaeger and Deborah Green — discuss the many rewards of reading ancient texts in the original.
What accounts for the UO's record enrollment of 23,000? I know I am biased, but I attribute our popularity to an unwavering commitment to a strong liberal arts education.
A new course will provide UO students with mobile smart phones and a mission: to build smart-phone apps.
Richard Taylor can finally tell the tale: how his research with fractals drew him into a world of international art intrigue.
Two CAS faculty members have been honored with the 2011 UO MLK Award.
Petrarch is not only going digital at the UO, but musical as well.