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OAIRE named to ‘Fast Company’s’ Next Big Things in Tech List

The Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education at Oklahoma State University has been named to ‘Fast Company’s’ third annual Next Big Things in Tech list, honoring technology breakthroughs that promise to shape the future of industries — from health care and security to artificial intelligence and data.
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OSU’s Dr. Jacob speaks at US Capitol about investment in drone research

Wed, Mar 29, 2023

Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Jamey Jacob testified at the Capitol before the United States House Committee on Science, Space and Technology on March 23 in Washington, D.C., highlighting the need for continued investment in drone research for the benefit of national defense, technology development and the public good.

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New partnership continues to grow OSU's unmanned expertise

Fri, Oct 21, 2022

The future of package deliveries and taxis is closer than we think and may not be what we expect. In fact, it might be up in the air. Part of that future might take place in Tulsa as Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) program continues to expand.

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OSU researchers take aerial approach to the dunes of Little Sahara

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

At Little Sahara State Park near Waynoka, Oklahoma, 1,600 acres of sand dunes serve as a veritable playground for dirt bike and ATV enthusiasts. A hidden gem of Oklahoma’s diverse topography, it’s also a hidden gem for researchers from Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI).

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OSU students work with NASA Jet Propulsion Lab on Venus exploration project

Mon, Aug 02, 2021

For centuries, astronomers and scientists have wondered about the conditions on Venus. Students from Oklahoma State University are working with NASA on ways to finally answer some of the burning questions surrounding Earth’s sister planet.

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OSU developing drone to help in disasters

Fri, Apr 17, 2020

The horrific aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995 was the catalyst for OSU’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute’s work to help first responders today.

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