SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
One small cup for mankind...
How the globally acclaimed, Internet-focused festival earned its reputation as inclusive, moving, and oh so Portland.
With skull scans and DNA checkups, OHSU's dentistry school is making us say "awe."
Meet the locals who safeguard the government's cutting-edge discoveries.
Local virologists turn to silica to create a new wave of shots.
A designer, a food-as-medicine proponent, and an immunologist talk groundbreaking changes in their fields.
Hannah Wallace, Jennifer Abbasi, and Zach Dundas
A Portland surfer seeks the perfect swell, miles from the ocean.
Without warning, 16-year-old Kylie O’Keefe found the slightest sound excruciating. Was it all in her head?
How the state's enterprising nanotech companies are innovating at the micro level.
Ride will track the routes and behaviors of cyclists to help direct future bike lanes and signals.
A digital archiving start-up joins the big leagues—complete with the requisite office kegerator.
Car-sharing startup FlightCar brings free longterm parking to PDX.
From vaccinations to fluoride to GMOs, one biologist argues that Portland needs to get back to the lab.
A new vaccination law will be in effect this School Exclusion Day, and another potential bill is in the works.
Retro adventure game Space Age was four years and two continents in the making.
THE MONEY ISSUE
Your phone is about to become your new financial guru.
The coffee giant's iPhone ordering system is rolling out in Portland starting today.
Starting today, Portland will serve as the first test market for the coffee giant's mobile ordering system.
Oregon’s drone dreamers envision an innovative, lucrative “Silicon Sky.” First, they must overcome the feds, privacy proponents, and public fear.
In the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s exhibition-design laboratory, the future of learning is under construction.