New count-down technology can help you speed up and slow down at the exact right time for traffic signals. A Beaverton alumnus developed a cloud-connected timer for cars that is available to Portland drivers.
The College of Pharmacy is combatting the prolific, antibiotic-resistant bacteria, Neisseria gonorrhoeae. The team is binding a peptide inhibitor to a protein called AniA to effectively kill the bacteria and keep it from spreading.
Chris Hagen, College of Engineering professor at OSU-Cascades, and his team have developed a hybrid motor that makes drones fly six times longer. More air time means new possibilities in search-and-rescue, firefighting and wildlife research missions.
Sadhana, an Ecampus student, developed inclusivity trainings for the grocery store chain where they worked. Now their business, Trans Affirming Spaces, has conducted nearly 100 trainings at companies across Portland and Eugene.
OSU professors have developed a new software innovation master’s degree based on what modern employers are seeking in software developers and architects. It’s made for students whose path is in industry, not academia.
Oregon State University and Linn-Benton Community College students will launch a high-altitude balloon from the OSU research vessel, Pacific Storm, to transmit some of the first images of the solar eclipse as part of a NASA/National Space Grant program.