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A Clearer Picture of Arthritis

Brian Bay’s research has provided the first complete, cellular-level look at what’s going on in joints afflicted by osteoarthritis.

Engineering a More Sustainable Environment

Mary Beth Berkes’ work includes repairing and stabilizing streams, restoring their function, and protecting aquatic life, as well as developing sustainable solutions for hydraulic design projects.

Fast Delivery

This past fall, two recent graduates who launched successful careers at Amazon Robotics returned to Corvallis to inspire current students with stories about life after grad school.

From University to UNESCO

Ambassador Adam Al-Mulla (’95 B.S., Chemical Engineering) now serves as Kuwait’s permanent delegate to UNESCO.

Learner to Leader

Izabela Gutowska’s research focuses on fluid flow and heat transfer as they apply to different types of nuclear power plants.

Born to Explore

Astronauts receive extensive training on how to take pictures in space; the challenge is getting photos that look like what we see with the naked eye, in terms of color and vibrancy.

Parallel Paths

Gene Hill, electrical engineering alumnus, was born at the right time, and he worked hard to get to the right place, to permanently alter the landscape of the personal computer industry.


A $2.6 million investment in NVIDIA artificial intelligence computing resources will accelerate Oregon State research and teaching.