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First published in Around the O. An innovative new research project from UO’s Robert Guldberg has captured the attention of Oregon’s economic development agency Business Oregon and the UO’s Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation. Guldberg’s $1.2 million project, which zeroes ...
First published in Around the O. The University of Oregon’s Institute of Marine Biology hopes the Oregon Legislature’s 2020 session will lead to smoother sailing for its many students.
First published in Around the O on October 18th. Nicole Giuliani studies self-regulation, or how we control our feelings, thoughts and behaviors, and how the process applies to human health, but in September she found herself investigating how research funding works at the federal level.