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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 researchers monitor hypersonic shockwaves as part of NASA OSIRIS-REx mission

Mon, Sep 25, 2023

As NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft completed its 1.2-billion-mile journey home and sent its sample return capsule back to Earth, a team of Oklahoma State University researchers was waiting and listening.

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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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Cowboys in Space: OSU alumni breaking barriers in space

Tue, Dec 14, 2021

Wally Funk has been a pioneer her entire adult life. In the 1960s, she participated in the Mercury 13, a program for young women aspiring to become astronauts. In July, she traveled to space with Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin.

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OSU among first to receive aviation grant through new FAA program

Fri, Dec 03, 2021

OSU was awarded a $450,000 Aviation Maintenance Technical Workers grant to establish a sustainable training pipeline for addressing the needs and priorities of Oklahoma’s aviation maintenance workforce. These maintenance professionals make up a significant sector of the aviation and aerospace industry that drives Oklahoma’s economic growth.

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