A Passport, A Camera, and Lots of Fresh Batteries

Students in the SOJC are honing the craft of multimedia journalism by reporting from such far-flung places as Cuba, Nepal, Ghana, and Alaska. A professor explains what makes these trips such rich opportunities for learning.

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Scientists at the University of Oregon are studying the microbial clouds that surround us, hoping to unlock the secrets they hold about human health.

A new book by technology writer John Markoff looks at the rise of artificial intelligence and ponders the ever-thinner line between humans and machines.

UO scientists unlock the mystery of Dracula orchids using a 3-D printer to spoof insects.

A UO alumnus and the CEO of Columbia Sportswear, Tim Boyle's gift furthers pioneering strides in the life sciences.

UO team helps catch a gravity wave for the first time ever