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Gettysburg tells the story of more than a battle − military park shows what national ‘reconciliation’ looked like for decades after Civil War

On Nov. 19, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln traveled to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to dedicate a cemetery at the site of the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. Four months before, about 50,000 soldiers had been killed, wounded or captured at the Battle of Gettysburg, later seen as a turning point in the war.
OSU integrative biology team uses machine learning in newly published Ebola virus research

Mon, Sep 25, 2023

A team of researchers led by Oklahoma State University integrative biology assistant professor Patrick Stephens, Ph.D., recently unveiled critical insights into the transmission of the Ebola virus. The research team, which also included researchers from the University of Georgia and the Cary Institute of Ecosystems Studies, published the first comprehensive study of the potential host range of Ebola viruses including every mammal species in Africa. This study was led by Dr. Mekala Sundaram, who was a postdoctoral scholar in the Stephens lab at OSU when it was published.

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CAS faculty receive NSF grant for multidisciplinary COVID-19 and pandemic research

Thu, Aug 31, 2023

Six Oklahoma State University professors from a variety of backgrounds are combining their talents to research stopping future pandemics. Faculty members from OSU’s College of Arts and Sciences were recently awarded a $500,000 National Science Foundation grant to conduct multidisciplinary research and model the effects of COVID-19 in Oklahoma to plan effective mitigation efforts for the coronavirus and potential future pandemics.

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OSU researchers awarded NSF funds to study rural resilience

Mon, Aug 07, 2023

Through a new award from the National Science Foundation, a team of researchers, led by OSU, is launching a project to address climate issues affecting rural communities directly.

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Undergraduate research showcased at annual summer expo

Fri, Aug 04, 2023

On Aug. 2 in the great hall of the Nancy Randolph Davis Building, Oklahoma State University undergraduates showcased their findings in the annual Undergraduate Summer Research Expo.

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OSU faculty receive investment to pursue promising new health care technologies

Wed, Jul 19, 2023

Two Oklahoma State University faculty members have been selected to receive funding and support from Canopy HealthTech to advance health care through innovative technology.

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OSU researchers discover unprecedented diversity of anaerobic fungi in herbivores

Fri, Jun 30, 2023

An innovative study has revealed remarkable insights into the diversity and evolution of anaerobic gut fungi in herbivorous animals. These fungi live in environments without oxygen, so little is known about their distribution patterns, host range and diversity

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OSU alumna leads research contributing to insect conservation

Fri, Apr 14, 2023

During her Ph.D program at Oklahoma State University, Geest led a study focused on the effects of fire on the tallgrass prairie butterfly community, which was recently published in the Journal of Insect Conservation and Diversity, a scientific publication for insect research.

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