Four-dimensional tissue self-assembly, integrated river health and ultra-tiny spectrometers: The 2022 College of Science Research and Innovation Seed (SciRIS) award recipients will use collaboration to fill critical knowledge gaps across numerous scientific disciplines to drive real-world impact.
Mathematics and statistics are two of the quickest-growing fields in the country, and it's not hard to guess why. In part three of this series, we examine some of the data-driven research that is helping usher in a new era of climate policy and action.
Seed funding from the College of Science Research and Innovation Seed (SciRIS) program continues to bolster ambitious and expansive research projects across biomedical science, fluid dynamics, quantum mechanics and more.
The College of Science welcomes Swati Patel and Axel Saenz Rodriguez who joined the Department of Mathematics as tenure-track assistant professors in September.
Professor of mathematics Holly Swisher was awarded a NSF grant to investigate a number of problems that relate to modular and automorphic forms, which have played a central role in many major problems in number theory over the last century.
Alumni profile of Epidemiologist and public health data scientist Peter Banwarth.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has placed mathematical models in the spotlight as they have become central to public health interventions, planning, resource allocation and forecasts.
The 2019-2020 Larry Martin and Joyce B. O’Neill Fellowship was awarded to fifth-year mathematics Ph.D. student Choah Shin for high achievement in computational modeling.
Mathematics graduate student Ruby Chick pursues interdisciplinary research on microplastics through the National Science Foundation Research Traineeship Program at Oregon State University.
OSU scientists take an interdisciplinary approach to human health, working across the life, physical and mathematical sciences to spur fresh thinking and innovations.
Assistant Professor David Koslicki is a researcher developing the techniques necessary to understand the world around us through the use of data.
The College of Science launches Innovation Days, a series of workshops for faculty to spur innovation and entrepreneurship.
Congratulations to these science faculty and administrators who received 2018 Faculty and Staff Awards for administrative and research excellence!
The mathematics faculty at OSU are involved in world class research that is deep in mathematical innovation, broad and diverse in its application, and collaborative, interdisciplinary and international in its nature.
The blood of schizophrenia patients features genetic material from more types of microorganisms than that of people without the debilitating mental illness.
Mathematician Juan Restrepo was named a 2018 Fellow for the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics for his mathematical and computational modeling of the ocean.
Science at Oregon State University has been a trailblazer since OSU's designation as a land-grant college in 1868.
A recent critical assessment of software tools represents a key step toward taming the “Wild West” nature of the burgeoning field of metagenomics.
The Spring 2017 Milne Lecture features Michael I. Jordan, Distinguished Professor at the University of California, Berkeley on the analytical challenges of big data.
Corvallis's premier community event, 2017 Da Vinci Days will feature talks by Oregon State scientists and mathematicians, Benjamin Dalziel and Tom Dick.
Some of the most interesting lives don’t move forward in a straight line as mathematician Juan M. Restrepo can attest to: He planned on spending his life as a professional musician.
Scientists at OSU work with big data to tackle climate change on many fronts.
Associate Professor of Statistics, Sarah Emerson presented a talk at the Corvallis Women in Data Science (WiDs) satellite event on February 3, 2017.
A team of mathematicians has released a massive mathematical database that catalogs objects of central importance in number theory.
Transdisciplinary team receives $3 million NSF grant to develop Research Traineeships using Big Data to analyze effects of human activities and climate change on oceans.
The American Statistical Association’s Datafest, a nationally-coordinated data analysis competition for students, is April 15-17, 2016 in Weniger Hall.
Researchers are interpreting and advancing biohealth sciences in innovative new ways by applying the natural sciences, such as mathematics, statistics and chemistry.
The College of Science has made strategic investments to extend the impact of data science on transdisciplinary research.
Chaitan Baru, Senior Advisor for Data Science for the CISE Directorate at NSF, will present a seminar on current NSF Big Data and Data Science programs on January 15 at 9 am in Valley Library, rm. 3622.
Many mathematics faculty and alumni are presenting at the 2016 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Seattle January 6-9.
The fall 2015 Milne Lecture features Peter J. Bickel, an internationally renowned statistician and Emeritus Professor of Statistics at the Univ. of California, Berkeley.