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How Research Moves: Explaining the differences in research and who they affect

In the last issue of OSU Research Matters, the “How Research Moves” segment provided an overview of the primary reasons why research is integral to Oklahoma State University’s mission. First, the research mission draws experts from across the globe to join the OSU faculty. These experts then provide a powerful example of scholarly and scientific achievement to OSU students in the classroom, the laboratory and the field. Finally, OSU research extends beyond the institution’s boundaries to impact the public.
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Researchers at OSU help make sure Oklahoma's bridges are safe

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

Researchers at OSU are partnering with ODOT to make sure Oklahoma bridges are safe.

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Hardesty Center will allow OSU researchers to collaborate more efficiently

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

The new Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience in Tulsa has started inviting research participants in for trials and data collection.

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NIFA grant funds OSU molecular genetics research into vital pollinators

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

A bustling laboratory at Oklahoma State University is trying to develop resources and genetic tools to assist scientists who are trying to understand why pollinators are in decline — especially honey bees.

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OSU Turfgrass program is world-renowned for its quality

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

From Qatar to Kansas City, OSU’s Bermudagrass has an impact on champions.

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Dr. Kayse Shrum and Dr. Kenneth Sewell discuss the future of OSU Research

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

For Dr. Kayse Shrum, public-impact research is a core focus in her new role as president of Oklahoma State University. To learn more, Dr. Kenneth Sewell, vice president for research at OSU, sat down with Shrum to discuss her life, research and vision for the future.

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Researchers aim to prevent harmful algae blooms

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

Harmful algal blooms are a growing problem in water across the nation, but OSU researchers may have one piece of the solution thanks to groundbreaking research and new funding.

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