An actual, factual food-science celebrity—what a time to be alive.
Major Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquakes occur more often than we thought.
Don’t you know that you’re toxic?
The secrets are in the moss.
Jeremy Plumb hopes to use science, medicine, and marketing to redefine marijuana.
Hint: the Viagra might not be helping.
Portland researcher Louis Picker could be on the brink of a cure, and this year will be crucial to his quest.
Yellow Scope's rigorous science kits step away from the pink and towards STEM gender equality.
Oregon scientists say a giant blob of warm water in the Pacific Ocean could be messing with our weather.
From vaccinations to fluoride to GMOs, one biologist argues that Portland needs to get back to the lab.
Many of the state's colorful tide-pool treasures are being destroyed by a mysterious wasting syndrome that could drastically change our coastal biodiversity.
A team of local researchers is pioneering a radical new way to think about evolution and health.
BOOKS & TALKS
Science Friday will record live at OMSI on June 18. The host talks about cameos on The Big Bang Theory, why Portland teens should be trusted with nuclear reactors, and how Dr. Jane Goodall believes in Sasquatch.
We explore the mountain's top trails and campgrounds, history and lore, and take in in-depth look inside the historic eruption.
OMSI's Science Pub unearths the secret behind our world-class pinots: the soil.
OMSI shreds science with a new interactive exhibit featuring a 7,000-square-foot skate park.
A look at "The Shell Shock" author Christian DeBenedetti's family farm and the Oregon State University research orchard that developed the industry-saving varietal Jefferson.
to boldly go...
Catholic school musical thoroughly redeems itself
5 MINUTES WITH...
If you hear about a speech titled “Cosmology at the Frontier” and your mind wanders to space-age lip liner, don’t be ashamed. But Brian Greene is no Mary Kay.