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Fueling the Future: Using geological science to drive energy innovation

Using geological science to drive energy innovation
USRI announces military partnership for counter-UAS research

Fri, Oct 21, 2022

Researchers at Oklahoma State University are designing and developing technologies to keep our skies safe from those wishing to use drones for more nefarious reasons.

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OSU launches national Counter-UAS Center of Excellence, announces $15M contract

Fri, Sep 23, 2022

The Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) at Oklahoma State University has launched a Counter-UAS Center of Excellence and a new partnership aimed at strengthening national defense by developing counter-measures to thwart malicious Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).

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Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education awarded major federal grant for work on Advanced Air Mobility

Fri, Sep 02, 2022

Oklahoma State University’s Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) has received two federal grants to expand its reach and impact in the development of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM).

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OSU-OKC and OSU-Stillwater students help develop tiny homes

Wed, Jul 27, 2022

Oklahoma State University students from the Oklahoma City and Stillwater campuses recently contributed to the construction and architectural design of tiny homes on the Pivot Inc. campus in Oklahoma City.

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OSU researchers tackling problem of harmful algae blooms

Wed, Apr 27, 2022

Fresh water makes up just 3 percent of the world’s water supply. Only 0.5 percent of that is available for human use, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. In lakes, ponds and rivers across the state and beyond, Harmful Algal Blooms, or HABs, can pose a risk to animals and humans, shut down recreational bodies of water and steal nutrients from other plants.

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Revitalizing Rural: Equipping rural communities with technology literacy for seizing productivity

Wed, Dec 22, 2021

An interdisciplinary group of faculty, staff and students is working on a National Science Foundation (NSF) pilot research program to help determine if improving technology literacy can help people find new ways to make their rural communities thrive.

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Two Space Cowboys undergraduate teams selected for the NASA Micro-g NExT Challenge

Fri, Dec 17, 2021

Two teams of undergraduate students in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology were selected to participate in next year’s NASA Micro-g NExT challenge.

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