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Writing

Writing

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When asked why she has focused her career on water, Meghna Babbar-Sebens has a simple answer: “Water is life." As a water resource engineer, her approach is to look to nature for solutions by re-naturalizing degraded watersheds, including restoration of natural areas like wetlands. 

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Podcasts

What happens to bridges, buildings, and pipelines when the soil holding them up behaves like a liquid? Ben Mason, associate professor geotechnical engineering, has traveled the world doing post-earthquake reconnaissance to find out and make us better prepared for impending earthquakes.

Self-driving cars and planes are in our future. What are we doing to make them safe? Assistant Professor Houssam Abbas uses tiny race cars to test autonomous driving systems. And Oregon State graduate Robert Rose is using his past experience with SpaceX to develop a safe system to automate existing aircraft.

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