With the coronavirus’s disproportionate effect on the Latinx community and communities of color, language access and medical interpretation are more importan...
From telemedicine to a new emergency critical care network at OHSU, doctors are thinking digitally post-pandemic.
How social media and open access to the internet can be tools for mobilizing movements and inciting social change.
Almost 8 percent of Oregon households will receive an invite to participate in the year-long OHSU research project.
Portland State senior instructor Bill Griesar on how neuroscience can help us understand the novel coronavirus
With door-to-door testing, Oregon scientists are hoping to find who has the virus, and how fast it’s spreading.
The city council votes this month on banning facial recognition technology.
Portland’s tech scene is steadily growing and morphing, ushering in economic, cultural, and physical change to our city as it does.
Fiona McCann and Marty Patail
A researcher made an app to protect his wife from skin cancer. Now, OHSU is using it as a weapon in its ‘War on Melanoma.’
Brooklyn-based DogSpot—a short term Airbnb for your pup—is now available at three Portland-area Zupan's.
Surfing 101: Wetsuit Tech
A big reason more people are surfing now: wetsuits keep getting better.
OSU’s Food Innovation Center helps companies like Salt & Straw tweak their recipes.
Heather Arndt Anderson and Ramona DeNies
If Municipal Broadband PDX succeeds, it will follow in the footsteps of Hillsboro, Sandy, even tiny Maupin, Oregon.
The 4-foot-tall plant is an endangered plant from Indonesia—and it's open to the public.
Indie developer Panic's new Playdate console looks like a yellow box of joy—and it's already a source of controversy.
The Oregon Woman 2019
From serious documentaries to full-contact football to sex education, here are six local projects changing the game.
Sarah Mirk, Margaret Seiler, Ryan Ashby, Kelly Clarke, and Rebecca Jacobson
The hotter the blaze, the buzzier are Oregon's 500-some bee species.
Size activist Rebecca Alexander—of plus size review app AllGo—selects three of her locally made favorites.
Cannabis: New Frontiers
Absolutely, says Portland neuroscientist Adie Wilson-Poe.
“We try to build benefits that fuel life and work, because I don’t think the two really remain separate anymore,” says Riveter founder Amy Nelson.