By PBS NewsHour
Researchers at Oregon Health and Science University have achieved a longtime goal. They cloned a human embryo to derive embryonic stem cells able to transform into tissues and organs genetically identical to patients who need them. Jeffrey Brown talks to…
In Legal Showdown Over Marijuana, Oakland Dispensary Takes Leading Role…
By Imani Cheers
University of Oregon journalism students film. Photo by Ed Madison University of Oregon undergraduate students from the School of Journalism and Communication spent the summer exploring political issues leading up to the presidential election. University of Oregon…
Majestic Forests in Oregon at Risk from Timber Industry and Chemical Spraying…
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Remnants of the 2011 Japan tsunami have started to arrive on the western shores of North America, posing new challenges to beach clean up, like a 165-ton industrial pier that made its way to Agate Beach in Oregon.
Would a Major Earthquake Sink Portland or Seattle in Liquefied Soil?…
In Oregon, Rare 'Snowstorm' of Pine Butterflies Takes Toll on Forests…
Researchers in Oregon's Willamette Valley found young native fish thriving in ditches that fill with water during the winter months. The unrecognized habitat meant farmers had been inadvertently raising fish in their fields, in addition to their intended crops, for…
By Anna Shoup
In Lincoln City, Ore., where the local economy remains heavily dependent on tourism, many jobs lack health insurance. And when jobs become scarce, even more find themselves struggling to find care.
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