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Anna Rinehart knows there's more to 4-H than baking cookies and raising pigs. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, she flew with 11 other Oregon 4-Hers to Atlanta to attend the National 4-H Congress.
In a story Dec. 14 about a growing interest in the use of drones for agriculture, The Associated Press reported erroneously which school's researchers flew drones this summer over potato fields to monitor for disease.
It's that time of year when you throw financial discipline to the wind for the sake of spreading holiday cheer.
Portland State University freshman engineering students work on their presenting their final projects this month.
The dock arrived almost like a gift, not quite on the doorstep of Dr. John Chapman, but on a beach 8 km from his office at Oregon State University's Hatfield Marine Science Center, on the western coast of the United States.
"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory": The Rex Putnam High School drama department offers the story of Charlie Bucket and his adventures with Willy Wonka.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. The search committee charged with finding the next athletic director for Indiana UniversityPurdue University Fort Wayne has released an update on the national search, announcing four candidates who will advance as finalists for the position.
Dr. William A. Powell, a professor and director of the Council on Biotechnology in Forestry at ESF, has been named 2013 Forest Biotechnologist of the Year by the Institute of Forest Biotechnology .
The spotted wing drosophila, a major pest that targets berries and cherries and other fruits in the United States, Canada and Europe, is itself being targeted, thanks to groundbreaking genome sequencing at UC Davis and a public-access Web portal hosted at Oregon State University.
Nope, E.T. had nothing to with it. It was made by a dozen people, mainly Oregon State University students.
NASA and the Department of the Interior's U.S. Geological Survey presented the 2013 William T. Pecora Award for achievement in Earth remote sensing to Dudley B. Chelton, distinguished professor of Earth, ocean, and atmospheric sciences at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore.
With the onset of freezing temperatures that have descended on Oregon, rodents and bugs are looking for a warm place to wait out the cold.
Conservationists wrestling with the problem of invasive lionfish have suggested that recreationally and commercially harvesting the predatory species for food could put a big dent in its numbers.