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Transcript of Research 101
- President Ed Ray Environmental Health Sciences Center
Environmental factors affecting human health
Hatfield Marine Science Center
Marine biological and geochemical aspects of tidal, estuarine,
and nearshore ocean environments. New home of NOAA Pacific Fleet Headquarters.
Microproducts Breakthrough Institute*
Micro- and nano-technologies for sustainable energy, healthy environments and improved lives How do natural systems work
and how can we live sustainably within them?
What factors and systems influence and promote
health, wellness and long-term quality of life?
What fundamental understanding, discoveries and solutions
are needed to advance economic and social well being? Principles Support innovative and flexible organizational structures
to enable individual and team-based research
Exemplify 21st Century models
for Land, Space, Sea and Sun Grant institutions
Be highly competitive for private and public funding
Enhance professional growth opportunities, workplace climate
for all members of the University research community Values INTEGRATION COLLABORATION ACCESSIBILITY RELEVANCE LEADERSHIP Engineering/Science OH Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory Hatfield Marine Science Center HJ Andrews Experimental Forest Microproducts Breakthrough Institute Kelly Engineering Center OSU Research Centers and Institutes new! NOAA Marine Operation Center new! Hallie Ford Center for Healthy Children
and Families new! Linus Pauling Science Center Coming! Austin Building, Business renovated! Education Hall Oregon State has a presence in each of Oregon’s 36 counties Oregon State University
is Oregon’s leading
public research institution 11 Academic Colleges
15 Agricultural Experiment Stations
35 County Extension offices
The Hatfield Marine Sciences Center in Newport
OSU-Cascades in Bend Statewide economic footprint >$1.5 billion Natural Resources
The Center for the Humanities
Interdisciplinary humanities research and scholarship Research 101 Conflict of Interest
Diving Control Board
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Responsible Conduct of Research
Scientific and Scholarly Misconduct
Continued expansion of research at OSU will depend on our ability to create and support core capabilities and commit resources to hire and retain the best faculty.
We must foster a climate that rewards creative, high-impact research.
Our research must target fundamental understanding, create solutions to global challenges, and address emerging opportunities while aligning with funding sources. OSU Research Enterprise To Guide the Future The OSU Research Agenda The Challenge Protecting Intellectual Property OSU – Benefiting the Public University obligation and right to protect/license inventions resulting from government-funded research
Promotion of OSU-developed intellectual property to the world
Increased industrial support for research and development
Value back to the university and inventors New Knowledge Applicability Use Inspired Basic Research Types of Research Basic Research (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Compliance with: Animal Care and Use
Animal Handler Occupational Health and Safety Program Bio-safety
Chemical Safety Radiation Safety “Oregon State University research covers an extraordinarily broad spectrum. Our preeminent researchers are recognized for both scholarly achievement in basic research and the direct impact of their applied development. With a strong effort in research activities, OSU is well-positioned for the challenges of the 21st Century.”
- Vice President for Research Rick Spinrad Pure Applied Research Commercialization/ Intellectual Property Oregon Meadowfoam Specialty Seeds / Oil
SIGA Technologies Therapeutic Pharmaceuticals
ZAPS Technologies Water Monitoring Start-ups created from OSU research FY82-FY03: 23 created, 9 still in operation as of June 30, 2011 Current Oregon jobs created from start-ups 350 estimated FY04-FY10: Investment raised $140M approximate FY04-FY11: 12 created, 10 still in operation Strands Software
Smart Desktop / Mozy Software
RedRover Software / Incisive Software
Columbia Power Technologies Wave Energy
NuScale Power Nuclear Energy MTEK Energy Systems Desalination
CSD Nano Deposition
MarleeTech Shikimic Acid
OilExTech Oil Extraction
Health Track Drug Interaction
NW Medical Isotopes Mo-99 Diagnostic Imaging
Applied Exergy Energy Storage
GeneSpace Gene Synthesis Start-ups in development Azuray Technologies Solar Energy
Clear Shape Technologies Software
Trillium FiberFuels Cellulosic Ethanol
Peregrine Power Power Electronics
Xtreme Energetics Solar Energy Existing start-ups benefiting from OSU research Metrics of Success
Commercialization and Corporate Development In the past 10 years, OSU
has received 523 invention disclosures
In the past 10 years,
OSU generated $20.4M in licensing revenue
OSU intellectual property helped create 17 companies, which have
obtained over $140M in external investments, over the past seven years
In FY 2010, OSU faculty awards from Industry totaled over $5M
In the past two years, OSU spinoffs created 90 jobs in the state
In the first half of 2010, 13 Oregon companies reported venture capital and private equity investments totaling $107M OSU spinoffs represented $55M of the total Braille Printers Potato varieties – Purple Pelisse Ornamental hazelnut tree – Red Dragon Meadowfoam Mold Yeast Inhibitor Fusion Polypeptides Mass Spectrometers Organocatalyst Fiber Optics Transparent transistors technology
The World’s First
Licensed to HP, with multiple sublicenses now in flat panel displays and solar energy
The license and sublicense to Xtreme Energetics won a national award for license/technology collaboration Wheat varieties
Licensed to 24+ growers in four states
580,000 acres in Oregon
250,000 acres in Washington Thin Films
Designs and manufactures solution precursors for the deposition of high-performance thin films An OSU, Corvallis-based startup, recipient of an OSU Venture Development Fund award
Recently closed a Series A investment 2000 2010 2005 Precision Plant Systems Agriculture monitoring
Accessible Information Management Software
Inpria Solution Precursors—Thin Films
Home Dialysis Plus Medical Devices
AGAE Technologies Biosurfactants Results Successes The University Venture Development Fund has raised $1.7M, showcasing the need for and successful outcomes of a high risk/high reward funding structure - leading to additional donor model possibilities to increase commercialization opportunities
The Executive Commercial Advisory Council provides guidance to the VP for Research and CEO of the Foundation.
It includes key alumni with a wealth of diverse experience Science of Sustainable Earth Ecosystems
Leading to solutions for clean, safe power – from renewable sources through efficient delivery and use. Exploration and preservation of ecosystems; sustainable management and use of resources.
The U.S. Department of Energy selected OSU to create a new Energy Frontier Research Center.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has recognized OSU with a Green Power Leadership Award. Human Health and Wellness
Contributing to enhancement of human health and wellness across all age groups,
from disease prevention through diagnosis and treatment.
The OSU College of Pharmacy is charting new ground in drug discovery, particularly in new treatment for infectious diseases.
Economic Growth and Social Progress
Resources for successful business and policy development, competition and impact.
The Food Innovation Center, In Portland, a partnership between OSU and the Oregon Dept. of Agriculture, offers services for manufacturers and entrepreneurs.
Researchers earned $261.7 million in external funding in FY11 ,
$183.7 million in federal awards
The university’s research projects generated an economic impact of
more than $1 billion for Oregon
One of only two land, sea, space and sun grant institutions in the U.S.
Oregon’s only university to hold both the Carnegie Foundation’s top designation for research institutions and its prestigious Community Engagement classification
Nine of OSU’s academic programs have ranked among the top 10 nationally in recent years, including agricultural sciences, forestry and conservation biology.
The Kelley Engineering Center has been awarded a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, making it the first new LEED� Gold academic engineering building in the country. Points of Pride
and five as members of NAS
29 NSF Early Career Award recipients since 2000
two MacArthur Foundation Fellows
scientists who lead federal programs at NSF, NASA and NOAA
More than 35 (present and past) have been elected as Fellows of AAAS
In 2010, Kelly Benoit-Bird of OSU’s College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
received a prestigious MacArthur Fellow Award (“genius award”)
Jane Lubchenco, recently an OSU Distinguished Professor,
leads the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The College of Agricultural Sciences continued its upward trajectory in FY 11,
taking in $58.2 million in research contracts and grants
Other colleges experienced significant increases, including
Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences ($31.9 million to $32.2 million)
Pharmacy ($2.7 million to $5.7 million)
Public Health and Human Sciences ($14.8 million to $15.1 million)
Research funding from private industry increased
and as a percentage of overall funding (1.9 % to 2.1 %)
as a dollar amount (from $5.2 million to $5.4 million)
President Ray projects that the university intends to grow that total
to 4 - 8 % of overall OSU research funding by 2025 Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing
Molecular solutions in agriculture, energy and human health O.H. Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory*
Research and education in coastal engineering and nearshore science, including tsunami and coastal hazard mitigation
Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium
Space science, technology, engineering and mathematics education Radiation Center
Safe, responsible use of radiation and radioactive materials Kiewit Center for Infrastructure and Transportation
Advances for safer roads, bridges, ships, coastal development, and more Linus Pauling Institute*
Micronutrients and oxidative stress and their roles in cancer, diabetes
and other illnesses
Laboratory Animal Resources Center
Appropriate, humane care and use of animals Center for Healthy Aging
Healthy aging, with Research Cores: Diet and Genes; Musculoskeletal; Psychosocial; Gerontechnology Hallie E. Ford Center for Healthy Children & Families*
Holistic, interdisciplinary approach to research and outreach that honors families’ culture and context Native American Collaborative Institute
Business, economic, natural resource, cultural and education programs Rural Studies Program
Improving environmental, social, economic and cultural well-being in Oregon’s rural communities Center for Latin@ Studies and Engagement
Advancing knowledge and understanding of Latino contributions and issues Institute for Natural Resources
Current, science-based information about natural resource management Cooperative Institute for Marine Resources Studies
Collaboration w/NOAA: fisheries ecosystems, aquaculture, oceanography, marine technologies, more Institute for Water and Watersheds
Water quantity & quality for residential, industrial, agricultural, environmental, recreational uses
Oregon Sea Grant
Understanding, responsible use and conservation of ocean and coastal resources Marine Mammal Institute
Preservation of species; understanding how interactions w/environment and human activities North Willamette Research and Extension Center
Research and outreach to serve the needs of the region’s agricultural industries. Research Organization The Office for Commercialization and Corporate Development (OCCD) supports research development and commercialization of University intellectual property. Focusing on the protection and transfer of intellectual property through license, confidentiality and material transfer agreements, the OCCD is the bridge between researchers and commercial entities. From Oregon-based startups to large international companies, the OCCD facilitates OSU research to impact the world. Oregon State University has developed a unique partnership with three other premier Oregon research universities (Oregon Health & Science University, Portland State University & University of Oregon). Using category listings and a searchable field, Innovate-Collaborate-Oregon features innovations from all four universities. Examples of recent OSU discoveries Inventors
Frederic A Kamke, Ph.D.
This patented process and apparatus provides a methodology for converting wood products made from low density wood (e.g. veneer and composite panels) into high density laminae with high levels of strength, stiffness, and dimensional stability. The method uses a combination of steam, heat and mechanical compression that has been termed Viscoelastic Thermal Compression.
The end-use of the densified wood products, in whole or as a composite, include: various building materials such as structural components ( e.g. beams, joists, studs, etc.); flooring and underlayment materials; siding and roofing material; materials for constructing walls (e.g. in place of wall board, or as paneling, wainscoting, trim, etc.); furniture manufacture; material for fences; pallets; shipping containers; etc. Inventors
Mas Subramanian, Ph.D.
Arthur W Sleight, Ph.D.
Blue pigments of the past have often been expensive (ultramarine blue was made from the gemstone lapis lazuli, ground up), poisonous (cobalt blue is a possible carcinogen and Prussian blue, another well-known pigment, can leach cyanide) or apt to fade (many of the organic ones fall apart when exposed to acid or heat). http://oregonstate.edu/research/occd/ Incentive Programs Faculty Release Time Funded Proposals The Faculty Release Time (FRT) program provides limited funding for individuals developing external grant proposals or who wish to further their scholarly activities. General Research Fund http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/grf Limited Submission Opportunity http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/limited Research Equipment Reserve http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/rerf
Research Equipment Reserve Funds (RERF) may be used to acquire, repair, renovate, or improve equipment directly used for research. The equipment may be inventoried capital equipment (technically defined as =>$5,000 per unit), or fabricated capitalized equipment. URISC is a Research Office program that supports Oregon State University (OSU) undergraduate research activities. "Research" at OSU is interpreted broadly to reflect what goes on not only in laboratories and field stations, but also in libraries, art studios, and music practice rooms. The Research Office seeks to involve undergraduate students from all academic disciplines within the University. Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship & Creativity (URISC) Office of Research Integrity http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/index.htm http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/animal/use.html http://oregonstate.edu/occupationalhealth/animal-handler http://oregonstate.edu/ehs/bio http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/chemicalsafety.htm http://oregonstate.edu/ehs/rso http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/coi/conflictofinterest.htm http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/diving/index.htm http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/irb.htm Sponsored Programs The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) has central responsibility for proposal submission for sponsored research, scholarship, instructional and other activities at Oregon State University, and research compliance as it relates to sponsored activities
Sponsored Agreements Grants/Contracts/Awards
Additional OSU-Specific Information OCCD is... For certain programs, sponsors allow only a limited number of applications per institution. Typically, there will be an open call to OSU faculty for expressions of interest for these limited submission opportunities. Funds from the General Research Fund (GRF) are awarded to faculty for research that is not otherwise supported by organized or directed programs. The intent of the GRF is to enable faculty to carry out scholarly, creative work that should lead to the pursuit of other funding sources, or promote the development of scholarly activities. Projects funded through the GRF could include: pilot research, emergency funding, emerging research opportunities, new research field or new research field for investigator, developing research laboratories, or centrally-shared research resources. http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/urisc Cozzi, Elaine (Department of Mathematics, College of Science): “Applications of Harmonic Analysis to Incompressible Fluid Mechanics”
Garcia, Kayla (School of Language, Culture and Society, College of Liberal Arts): Latino Heroes”
Rao, Sujaya (Department of Crop and Soil Science, College of Agricultural Sciences): “Biological-Based Management for Key Insect Pest in the Willamette Valley”
Zwolak, Michael (Department of Physics, College of Science): “Protein Sequencing with Nanoscale Electronics” Faculty Release Time Funded Proposals General Research Fund Funded Proposals Beaver, Laura (School of Biological and Population Health Sciences, College of Public Health and Human Sciences): "Identification of Genetic Mechanisms by which Sulforaphane Prevents Prostate Cancer"
Bethel, Jeffrey (School of Biological and Population Health Sciences, College of Public Health and Human Sciences): "Disaster Preparedness among Latino Households in Marion County, Oregon"
Sinha, Arijit (Dept. of Wood Science and Engineering, College of Forestry): "Design and Evaluation of Novel Wood-Based Green Composite Panels for Structural Applications" Chappell, Patrick (Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine): "Microscope / Vibratome to Complete Electrophysiology Core Facility"
Ciannelli, Lorenzo (College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences): "Underwater Digital Stereo Imaging"
Dilles, John (College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences): "Cathodoluminescence (CL) Detector for Existing SEM Instrumentation"
Harris, Robert (College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences): "Portable Electronic Divided Bar" Research Equipment Reserve Fund Funded Proposals http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/research-equipment-reserve-fund-funded-proposals http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/faculty-release-time-funded-proposals http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/general-research-fund-funded-proposals http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/frt Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship & Creativity (URISC) http://oregonstate.edu/research/incentive/urisc-funded-proposals Atkins, Maxwell [Major: Physics] (Faculty Project Advisor: William Hetherington, Dept. of Physics, College of Science): “Radio Telescope Development and Galactic Hydrogen Cloud Observations”
Chang, Xiao Lan [Major: Biochemistry and Biophysics] (Faculty Project Advisor: Victor Hsu, Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics, College of Science): "Spectroscopic and Structual Characterization of FXR Agonists and Antagonists"
Drewry, Kelsey [Major: Biochemistry and Biophysics, University Honors College] (Faculty Project Advisor: Luis Sayavedra-Soto, Dept. of Botany and Plant Pathology, College of Agricultural Sciences): "Characterization of the Multiple Monooxygenases of Rhodococcus sp. Strain AD45"
Livesay, Brynn [Major: Chemical Engineering] (Faculty Project Advisor: Joseph McGuire, School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, College of Engineering): "The Molecular Origins of Surfactant Stabilization of a Human Recominant Factor VIII"
Magnuson, Emily [Major: Biology, University Honors College] (Faculty Project Advisor: Anna Jolles, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine): "Interferon Gamma for the Detection of Mycobacterium bovis Infection in African Lions (Panthera leo)" Animal Care and Use
Animal Handler Occupational Health and Safety Program
Conflict of Interest
Diving Control Board
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Responsible Conduct of Research
Scientific and Scholarly Misconduct OSU Compliance Areas Drug-Free Workplace
General University Policies
Sponsored Programs OSU Policies Innovative
Ideas Funding http://oregonstate.edu/research/osp/index.htm http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/miscon.htm http://oregonstate.edu/research/ori/conduct.html http://oregonstate.edu/research/occd/available-innovations Available Innovations Centers and Institutes Industry Health Humanities/Social Sciences