Ben Farr began his astronomy research over 12 years ago and is still passionate for learning about the complexity of galaxies today. Farr works with the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) in Hanford, Washington, and teaches at the University of Oregon.  

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For the University of Oregon’s Biomechanics Investigation Outreach club, making a real difference in the world starts with wires, math and a 3D printer. Since 2017, the BIO club has been working with people through science to enhance lives and create change. Their latest project is helping 1…

Leaders in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia are planning to connect the Pacific Northwest megaregion “Cascadia” using an ultra-high-speed railway. The new mode of transportation is currently planned to run from Portland to Seattle to Vancouver, British Columbia with each stretch takin…

Eugene residents gathered at Harris Hall downtown Wednesday, Oct. 9 to listen to the City Council’s responses to community input over the past year in regards to the number of “small cell” antennas being put up on light posts around town in relation to 5G — the next generation of wireless da…