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Life-Saving Research

Life-Saving Research

Orchid scientists confront devastating diseases that sicken millions

The Cowboy Way

The Cowboy Way

Learn about Dr. David Waits, founder of SST Software.

Opening Doors and Minds

Opening Doors and Minds

Research success led Dr. John Niblack to give to OSU, where his career journey began.

Flying High

Flying High

OSU alumni-owned company is contributing to space and military missions

Distinguished Honors Pay Off

Distinguished Honors Pay Off

Endowed positions have a double impact on research

Coming Full Circle

Coming Full Circle

Scientists find themselves reunited at OSU as they work on projects to help NASA get to Mars

Battling Addiction

Battling Addiction

OSU-CHS launches Center for Wellness & Recovery to tackle opioid abuse across Oklahoma zzzdd

A Farming Revolution

A Farming Revolution

SST Software founder takes technology to the fields

Tomko Wins First Place and People’s Choice at College 3MT Competition

Tomko Wins First Place and People’s Choice at College 3MT Competition

Patrick Tomko, a doctoral student in health and human performance, won first place, the People’s Choice Award and a $600 cash prize at the College of Education, Health and Aviation’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition on Oct. 24.

From the President

From the President

Celebrating Research

Life-Saving Research

Life-Saving Research

OCRID scientists confront devastating diseases that sicken millions.

OSU team receives $50,000 grant to further research benefitting municipalities

OSU team receives $50,000 grant to further research benefitting municipalities

Yongwei Shan, assistant professor in the school of civil and environmental engineering at Oklahoma State University, along with graduate assistant Hossein Khaleghian have been awarded a $50,000 National Science Foundation I-Corps grant with the assistance of their industry mentor Jim Harris with Jacobs Engineering Group.

OSU App Center competition opens door to prize money and commercial development help

OSU App Center competition opens door to prize money and commercial development help

The Oklahoma State University App Center is accepting submissions for Phase 1 of the 7th Annual From Research to App Competition. The mobile app competition is open to current OSU students, faculty and staff and offers a total of $11,500 in prize money.

OSU student group receives funding to improve research presentation skills

OSU student group receives funding to improve research presentation skills

The Student Professional Development Group of the Oklahoma Association for Food Protection is improving research presentation skills through the Enhancing Short Creative Research and Innovations Presentation Techniques, or ESCRIPT, program, thanks to funding support for a second year. The group received funding for 2018-19 for Short Research Presentation Grants, sponsored jointly by the Oklahoma State University Graduate College and the Office of the Vice President for Research.

Learn about soil mapping at upcoming seminar

Learn about soil mapping at upcoming seminar

Learn more about the role of digital soil mapping and how it affects agriculture at a seminar on the OSU campus Oct. 22.

Focused Ultrasound: A New Approach to Treating Cancer and Non-Healing Chronic Wounds

Focused Ultrasound: A New Approach to Treating Cancer and Non-Healing Chronic Wounds

Oklahoma State University is the first veterinary school to offer focused ultrasound treatment as a service in addition to surgery and chemotherapy.

Ron Cox receives national extension diversity award

Ron Cox receives national extension diversity award

Ronald Cox, Jr., Oklahoma State University associate research professor and cooperative extension specialist, has been announced as the 2018 winner of the National Extension Diversity Award.

Fall 2018 OK-FIRE training workshops announced

Fall 2018 OK-FIRE training workshops announced

Four new workshops will take place this fall to help users learn the intricacies of using the OK-FIRE website.

Professor James Stine Awarded $1.5M Grant from the Air Force and Department of Defense

Professor James Stine Awarded $1.5M Grant from the Air Force and Department of Defense

Computer engineering professor and Earl and Carolyn Glimp Professor of Engineering, James Stine, has been awarded the first phase of a three year, $1,504,372 research grant from the United States Air Force to design low-energy, high performance, application-specific computer architecture for 14nm and 7nm CMOS.

Tyson Ochsner named OSU’s 2018 Sarkeys Distinguished Professor Award recipient

Tyson Ochsner named OSU’s 2018 Sarkeys Distinguished Professor Award recipient

OSU's Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources honors Tyson Ochsner

Alumnus opens laboratory doors to student researchers

Alumnus opens laboratory doors to student researchers

Oklahoma State University alumnus and scholarship benefactor Dr. John Niblack returned to the OSU campus Sept. 21 to meet the 15th class of undergraduate Niblack Research Scholars and evaluate research supported by his scholarships.

Bye-Bye Black Bear? Not Anymore...

Bye-Bye Black Bear? Not Anymore...

OSU researchers investigate rising black bear population in Oklahoma

$1M Faculty Research Grant to Promote Drought Science

$1M Faculty Research Grant to Promote Drought Science

Dr. Nicole Colston, assistant research professor in the College of Education, Health and Aviation, recently received a $1,119,204 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for her research project, “Spotty Rain Campaign: Enhancing the Capacity for Rural Libraries to Engage the Public in Drought Monitoring.”

OSU scientists make ‘significant’ contributions to physics breakthrough

OSU scientists make ‘significant’ contributions to physics breakthrough

Oklahoma State University scientists have joined a celebration among a worldwide cadre of scientists who are part of the latest discovery involving the celebrity Higgs boson subatomic particle. The August announcement of the discovery, a decade in the making, was made at the ATLAS experiment’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Switzerland near Geneva, where OSU physicists, students and post-graduates work on its research teams.