Season 3

In "Engineering Out Loud" season three we are focusing on stories of how research in engineering at Oregon State can impact broad areas such as cancer treatment, food contamination and the detection of nuclear weapons tests. 

What are magnetic nanoparticles and how can they be used in medicine? Oregon State Associate Professor Pallavi Dhagat and graduate student Phil Lenox explain the very…

Biosensor technology is used to detect a wide variety of substances — from drugs, to cancer biomarkers, to chemical contaminants in our food and drinking water. Diatoms…

How do you prove someone tested a nuclear weapon? Researchers Steven Czyz, Lily Ranjbar, and Salam Alhawsawi from the Radiation Detection Group at Oregon State are…

Advances in 3D graphics have made movies and video games more realistic, but can also have an impact on science. Associate Professor Eugene Zhang and Associate Professor…