OPB | June 13, 2016
Portlanders discuss their reaction to the tragic shooting in Orlando over the weekend. We talk to a Russian woman who was a mail-order bride and to a researcher whose study found ways police could improve their health.
OPB | Sept. 02, 2015
A new project showed nearly 60 percent of 100 published studies in prestigious psychology journals didn't hold up the second time they were run. What does this mean for scientific research?
OPB | June 23, 2015
A new study out today suggests that some commonly found chemicals could become carcinogenic in the human body even in low doses if combined.
OPB | Nov. 06, 2014
WEDNESDAY: Oregon Health & Science University will lead a new study aiming to improve outcomes for victims of traumatic brain injury. Anybody is a potential subject, unless they opt out.
OPB | Nov. 03, 2014
MONDAY: The latest national federal report on homelessness suggests Oregon's attempts to reduce homelessness have had mixed results.
OPB | Aug. 13, 2014
WEDNESDAY: We'll talk with Bill Messer, an infectious disease expert, about the medicines available to treat Ebola and why, at this point, a focus on those could be counterproductive.
OPB | July 25, 2014
FRIDAY: We'll explore some Oregon history with Ashland-based archaeologist, Chelsea Rose.
OPB | Feb. 12, 2014
WEDNESDAY: Oregon Health and Science University is taking heat from a national animal rights group for four incidents that resulted in the deaths of research primates.
OPB | Oct. 16, 2013
Researchers at OSU and other institutions are working on a new, more precise kind of antibiotic to target drug-resistant bacteria.
OPB | July 02, 2013
The National Institutes of Health announced it will retire most of the chimpanzees used in research. We'll explore the implications of the decision.
OPB | Oct. 03, 2012
Scientists are trying to gain special access to the underwater lives of orcas in the Puget Sound region.
OPB | Aug. 29, 2011
Have you ever wondered about the people who lived in your house before you?
OPB | July 25, 2011
The Alzheimer's Association International Conference just wrapped up in Paris. What stood out there — and what new directions are being explored in Alzheimer's research in general?