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NIFA grant funds OSU molecular genetics research into vital pollinators

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-CHS professor says CRISPR is key to stopping opioid overdose deaths

Thu, Jun 18, 2020

Dr. Craig W. Stevens, professor of pharmacology at OSU-CHS, authored a recent scholarly paper in the Journal of Neuroscience Research that proposes altering opioid receptors in respiratory neurons utilizing CRISPR technology in order to prevent opioid overdose deaths.

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Supporting the future of genetic research

Tue, Sep 10, 2019

n the competitive arena of genetics research, it’s important for graduate students to stand out. At Oklahoma State University, the Otto S. Cox Graduate Fellowship for Genetic Research helps with that.

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