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Innovation takes center stage at UO Board of Trustees meeting

Presentation on innovation for UO Board of Trustees

The story of one of the University of Oregon’s recent innovation successes is the story of “a failure.”

Or at least it looked that way at first, UO Interim Vice President for Research & Innovation Brad Shelton told the UO Board of Trustees on Friday during a presentation on “UO’s Innovation Ecosystem.”

Oregon researchers detail new insights on arsenic cycling

Photo by Benjamin Shapiro

Team's fieldwork in Oregon's southern Willamette Valley prompts conclusion that organic arsenic levels should not be ignored.

University of Oregon geologist Qusheng Jin initially labeled his theory "A Wild Hypothesis." Now his study of arsenic cycling in a southern Willamette Valley aquifer is splashing with potential significance for arsenic-compromised aquifers around the world.


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