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Service agreement creates new opportunities for drone research, startup development in northeast Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Aerospace Institute for Research and Education (OAIRE) has entered into a partnership with uAvionix that will enable uncrewed Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations at Skyway Range.
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OSU institute announces military partnership for counter-UAS research

Mon, Jan 31, 2022

The Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) at Oklahoma State University has announced the formation of a DOD Counter-UAS (unmanned aerial systems) Center of Excellence (COE).

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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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USRI students design flyer for NASA mission

Fri, Sep 17, 2021

Five college students at Oklahoma State University’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) are giving NASA the ability to reach new heights and create new technologies for the future.

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NSF director praises OSU innovation following research facilities tour

Thu, Sep 16, 2021

Members of OSU’s leadership recently hosted National Science Foundation Director Dr. Sethuraman Panchanathan and U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas at the Stillwater campus.

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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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Looking Upward

Fri, Dec 18, 2020

Through partnerships and a new NASA program, OSU is changing the future of unmanned flight.

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