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Oklahoma State University - Unmanned Systems Research Institute (OSU-USRI) conducted its first Beyond Visual Line of Site (BVLOS) research test flights on Dec. 18. The team operated unmanned aircraft within the national airspace system (NAS) at distances beyond the visual site of the pilot at the controls.
The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology was well represented at the 2018 University Awards Convocation. Multiple CEAT faculty and staff were awarded for excellence, scholarly achievement, outstanding contributions and loyalty to the field of engineering, architecture and technology.
An Oklahoma State University graduate student was recognized for her academic ability, leadership potential, and passion for the food industry and food safety auditing profession. Conner McDaniel, a food science graduate student, was selected as a recipient of a $3,000 scholarship grant from the Food Marketing Institute Foundation for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Oklahoma State University’s College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology and Fractionation Research Inc. (FRI) are deepening their long-standing relationship through an endowed professorship in chemical engineering established by the Stillwater-based company.
Twenty-three OSU faculty and students from the school of mechanical and aerospace engineering attended the 71st annual meeting of the American Physical Society’s Division of Fluid Dynamics (DFD) on November 18-20 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Ashish Ranjan is the 2018 Regents Distinguished Research Award recipient at OSU’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
Oklahoma State University has honored seven top research faculty with the 2018 Regents Distinguished Research Award. Recipients are selected based on evidence of outstanding and meritorious research achievements and are recognized nationally and internationally in their fields of study. The winners were recognized Dec. 3 at the University Awards Convocation.
Brian Elbing and his team are catching the attention of media networks across the nation, including National Geographic!
Judges have chosen the top mobile app concepts in Phase One of the “From Research to App Competition” at Oklahoma State University. The panel of judges are sending the two concepts to the competition’s second phase next spring.
A group of Oklahoma researchers has received a four-year, $2.16 million federal grant to investigate the causes of respiratory syncytial virus or RSV, a virus that often strikes young children.
Thirteen new food product creations were unveiled during Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center’s second annual Food Product Innovation Competition.
For Kendall Anderson, who knew that a brief presentation on pecans and gut immunology would bring her out of her shell, the nutritional science Master’s student won the Oklahoma State University Three-Minute Thesis® on Nov. 6, ahead of 12 other competitors from across the university.
Recently published research by OSU agricultural economics experts showed an average household willing to spend just $20 annually on carbon offsets can achieve a carbon footprint similar to a vegetarian and continue eating conventionally raised beef.
Orchid scientists confront devastating diseases that sicken millions
Learn about Dr. David Waits, founder of SST Software.
Research success led Dr. John Niblack to give to OSU, where his career journey began.
OSU alumni-owned company is contributing to space and military missions
Endowed positions have a double impact on research
Scientists find themselves reunited at OSU as they work on projects to help NASA get to Mars
OSU-CHS launches Center for Wellness & Recovery to tackle opioid abuse across Oklahoma zzzdd
SST Software founder takes technology to the fields
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.