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The American Association of Anatomists recently announced the selections for its 2019 Service and Scientific Awards, and Dr. Paul Gignac, assistant professor in Anatomy & Cell Biology at OSU Center for Health Sciences, was named the Morphological Sciences Award winner by the AAA Early-Career Investigator Committee.
Oklahoma State University's Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center highlighted student research and awarded top winners during its annual Research Symposium. Sponsored by the Institute of Food Technologists-Oklahoma section, Stillwater Chamber of Commerce, Stillwater Centennial Rotary Club and Oklahoma Association for Food Protection, the Feb. 26 symposium featured student oral and poster presentations from OSU, Langston University and University of Central Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Proven has been helping gardeners make wise plant decisions for 20 years.
The Equine Research Park at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences (CVHS) recently broke ground for a new equine exercise physiology laboratory.
Three Oklahoma State University professors were recently named 2019 President’s Fellows Faculty Research Award recipients. Drs. Sheri Vasinda, Amy Payton, and Joshua Ramsey each received $20,000 for their proposals.
Addressing water quality and quantity issues are complicated, especially in Oklahoma where water is a divisive issue. Providing clean water for drinking and enough water for agricultural, lawns and landscaping, recreational and industrial use are all hotly debated. But a concern that few people want to think about is how to treat wastewater efficiently and safely.
Oklahoma State University data science researcher Dr. Dursun Delen has been selected to mentor a biomedical scientist and physician in using artificial intelligence to model data to improve the efficiency of hospital emergency rooms. Delen, Regents Professor in Management Science and Information Systems in the Spears School of Business, was chosen from a nationwide field of data research experts to participate in the Data Science Rotation for Advancing Discovery Trip (RoAD-Trip), a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program.
Representatives from the Cherokee Nation, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Health Services and OSU Institutional Review Board gathered for an Oklahoma State University Center for Sovereign Nations Research Week function.
A new study from researchers at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences found that Tyrannosaurus rex — and other tyrannosaurs like it — could turn twice as fast as other carnivorous dinosaurs their size.
The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research recently named Oklahoma State University alumna Elizabeth Rendina-Ruedy, Ph.D., as one of 10 international recipients of the 2019 John Haddad Young Investigator Award.
OSU researchers broke the study into two phases: Maintenance energy requirements and voluntary feed intake.
Beef jerky a staple in the salty snack realm across the country, and the United States Department of Agriculture requires specifics during production to ensure the dried beef is safe to consume. However, those standards are not upheld around the globe. Researchers at Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center recently assisted Stormberg Foods, a family-owned South African company, with the validity process of producing biltong, a novel version of beef jerky.
On Dec. 4, 2018, OSU celebrated its 1,000th industrial assessment/energy audit milestone performed by OSU’s Industrial Assessment Center (IAC). IAC team members, acting and retired faculty, OSU administrators, officials from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Rutgers University, and Wichita State University gathered at CEAT’s newest undergraduate laboratory, ENDEAVOR, to celebrate. The industrial assessment/energy audit was performed the following day at ASCO Aerospace.
Dr. Tim Baghurst, associate professor in health and human performance, has been awarded a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) grant totaling nearly $20,000 to fund a research project supporting international student-athletes.
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has elected Behrokh Khoshnevis, Oklahoma State University alumnus in industrial engineering and management (IEM), as one of 86 new members. The newly elected class will be inducted during a ceremony at the NAE's annual meeting in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 6, 2019.
Tyler Ley’s passion for concrete and lack of fear has propelled him into the spotlight of his industry. Ley, professor of civil and environmental engineering at OSU, has even been named among the Most Influential People in the Concrete Industry by Concrete Construction Magazine.
The 30th Anniversary Field Day at Marshall will provide overviews of valuable past and new research that will help producers remain on the cutting edge of production and efficiency.
Effort made possible through a four-year, $4 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
The India Ministry of Home Affairs recently announced Subhash Kak, Regents Professor Emeritus in electrical and computer engineering (ECE) at Oklahoma State University, will receive the Padma Shri award from the President of India.
Oklahoma State University's Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center will hold its annual Research Symposium to highlight food and agricultural products research during OSU Research Week.
A group of OSU researchers in the school of chemical engineering (ChE) were recently named winners of the 10th annual ANSYS Hall of Fame competition for their work in Transient Airflow and Particle Transport Dynamics in an Elastic Lung Model. They were one of three academic winners from across the world.
The popular Oklahoma Pecan Management course is set to begin Feb. 26. Registration deadline is Feb. 13.
The Office of Naval Research (ONR) recently recognized Imraan Faruque, assistant professor in mechanical and aerospace engineering and director of the autonomous physics laboratory at OSU, as one of 25 awardees of the 2019 Young Investigator Program (YIP). In addition to the recognition, the program also provides a grant up to $750k for up to three years to support a related research project.
Over the course of 25 years beginning in 1987, Dr. Charles L.W. Leider and a team of students studied, documented and drew original layouts of 18 cultural sites. The findings are published in Leider’s latest book, “Historic Cultural Landscapes of Oklahoma,” which comes out Jan. 14.