Oregon State University Technologies

  • Background The detection of trace quantities of copper in environmental and biological samples is in high demand. Numerous analytical techniques are available to detect […]
  • Background Sharp, frequency-selective filters that isolate the target frequency from interference by neighboring channels are essential parts of modern communication systems. Currently, most filters […]
  • Background Electrochemical biosensors can successfully detect and quantify diverse biological samples including macromolecules, whole viruses, and cells. Due to their fabrication methods electrochemical biosensors […]
  • Background Approximately 40 million tons of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) are produced annually, making PVC one of the most widely produced synthetic plastic polymers. Waste […]
  •  Background Vaccines have shown great efficacy against SARS-CoV-2, the pathogen of COVID-19; however, methods of treatment are required for patients suffering from COVID‑19. More […]
  • Background Abdominal obesity is the most commonly observed component of metabolic syndrome and a major risk factor for type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease. […]
  • Technology Description Lightning – this is the first facultative two-row multi-use variety in the world! It was developed by Oregon State University (OSU). The […]
  • Technology Description Researchers at OSU have developed a new micro-LED utilizing carbon quantum dots that have strong excitation in the blue spectrum with tunable […]
  • Technology Description The S1431 is a snow or Chinese pea with large, low-fiber and tasty medium-green pods intended for organic production. They should be […]
  • Technology Description S1423 and S1430 are a pair of tall-vined snap peas that were bred for production under organic conditions. They have dimpled seed […]