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Beef cattle and swine are the livestock being studied, with both research efforts studying how animals process feed.
Fashion isn’t only for the runway. For workers in the oil and gas industry, clothing can be a last defense from environmental hazards, avoiding injury and saving lives.
Veronique Lacombe, DVM, Ph.D., DACVIM, DECEIM, has been asking the same question since she was a child growing up in the south of France, “Why?” The board certified veterinarian, whose research impacts human health, is a professor in the Department of Physiological Sciences at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Educated at the oldest veterinary college in Europe, the National Veterinary School of Maisons-Alfort near Paris, France, Lacombe’s innate curiosity drove her to learn and to discover new knowledge.
Dr. Joe Cecil recently received a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring from the National Science Foundation. Dr. Cecil was recognized for his unique approach to mentoring and encouraging minority and under-represented to pursue STEM educations and careers through Virtual Reality based Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) as part of a grassroots program called Soaring Eagle Program which he started 22 years ago.
Plasma Bionics, a veterinary and medical device manufacturing company founded at Oklahoma State University, was recently highlighted at the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities and the Association of American Universities’ third annual University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase.
OSU’s Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) and Boeing have formed a partnership that will fund a summer internship for a Native American high school student to work at USRI. USRI is led by Dr. Jamey Jacob who is a mechanical and aerospace engineering professor in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology.
OSU researchers tackle concerns about gluten in modern diets
Passion for running spurs research interest for nutritional sciences faculty member.
OSU researchers work to improve protective wear for firefighters.
Brexit will go into effect on January 1, 2021 and the implications for trade will be substantial. The United Kingdom's trade activity, both imports and exports, consistently put it in the top ten worldwide. In 2019, the U.K. was Oklahoma's eighth largest export destination and Brexit may provide opportunities to expand this relationship.
A lack of traditional graduation ceremonies this year didn’t stop the College of Arts and Sciences from selecting an outstanding student as the December 2020 Orange Gown Graduate. Hannah Ratigan from Lee’s Summit, Missouri, received the honor—and bright orange robe—in recognition of all her work while at OSU.
The TAPS program provides an expanded research framework where irrigation management treatments are based on producer experiences as well as those of scientists.
The start of Fall semester brought some unexpected happy news for Dr. Matthew Cabeen of OSU’s Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics: the National Institutes of Health accepted his grant proposal and awarded his research team $1.7 million over five years to study how a bacterium senses and responds to stress.
Thousands of people were forced to evacuate their homes in September as wildfires tore across the West Coast. Among them were Department of Plant Biology, Ecology and Evolution emeritus professor Dr. Michael Palmer and his wife, former OSU professor Dr. Suzanne McAlister.
Kakani has more than 30 years of research experience and expertise in agronomy, crop physiology, remote sensing technology and crop growth modeling.
With a $2 million gift, The Hardesty Family Foundation has made a commitment to fuel transformative research at the National Center for Wellness & Recovery. In recognition of the contribution, OSU is naming a recently acquired 49,000-square-foot medical complex in south Tulsa the Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience.
Two Oklahoma State University professors received national awards from the Association of Public Land-Grant Universities’ Board on Human Sciences (BoHS), recognizing accomplishments in promoting human sciences.
Cutting-edge technologies and research-based educational experiences are giving students working at the center the practical, applicable skills needed to pursue a variety of career options in the dairy industry.
Producers are encouraged to respond by Nov. 10.
Oklahoma State University, East Central University, Redlands Community College, and the Oklahoma Council of Online Learning Excellence have partnered on a three-year project to develop a reliable methodology to assess the efficacy of open education resources on lifelong learning competencies. The project is made possible through a $428,300 National Leadership Grant for Libraries from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
OSU Extension economists are working to recruit farmers and ranchers and help them complete beginning balance sheets.
Oklahoma State University’s COVID-19 testing lab has a new, permanent home. The lab moved over Labor Day weekend to Venture 1, an OSU research facility southwest of the main campus.
Fourteen top Oklahoma State University undergraduate students have been selected as Niblack Research Scholars for the 2019-20 school year, earning $8,000 scholarships and the opportunity to conduct supervised research.
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.