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Hydroponics gardening attracts horticulture curiosity

Mon, Dec 13, 2021

Oklahoma State University horticulture Extension specialists discuss the growing popularity of hydroponics gardening.

Ag ResearchgardeningOSU AgriculturehorticultureOSU ExtensionFood Land and Natural ResourcesOutreach and EngagementScience and Technology
What causes post-meal drowsiness on Thanksgiving day?

Wed, Nov 17, 2021

Darren Scott, food scientist at the Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center at Oklahoma State University, explains why people feel tired after eating the Thanksgiving meal.

Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesFood Land and Natural ResourcesScience and TechnologyFerguson College of AgricultureFood and Agricultural Products CenterOSU AgricultureHuman Health and Wellnessfood sciencefood
OSU English professor receives $250,000 grant for writing software

Wed, Nov 03, 2021

Oklahoma State University Department of English professor Dr. Stephanie Link created a software program that helps people learn how to write for scientific publication, earning her one of the largest grants ever received by an OSU English faculty member.

Science and TechnologyEnglishArts and HumanitiesResearchCollege of Arts and Sciences
Geography grad becomes Air Force pilot

Thu, Sep 30, 2021

When 2nd Lt. Nolan Malloy first stepped onto Oklahoma State University’s campus as a freshman, he never imagined he would use his geography degree to join the military. Six years, dozens of flight hours and one commission later, he knows he is where he is meant to be. Malloy is an Air Force pilot stationed at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Oklahoma, while he finishes his flight training, and he is thankful to OSU for helping him get there.

College of Arts and SciencesScience and TechnologyStudent SuccessGeographyAerospace Studies
Math professor receives competitive research grant

Wed, Sep 01, 2021

Xu Zhang, a Department of Mathematics professor who specializes in numerical analysis, received the Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award for his research proposal on using unfitted mesh to solve three-dimensional interface problems. The award provides recipients $5,000 and OSU will match the award with another $5,000, making Zhang’s total prize worth $10,000.

ResearchMathematicsCollege of Arts and SciencesScience and Technology
OSU chemistry professor receives $1.8 million NIH grant

Wed, Aug 18, 2021

Oklahoma State University chemistry professor Jimmie Weaver received a 5-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, becoming one of only six people in Oklahoma ever to receive the award.

Science and TechnologyCollege of Arts and SciencesResearchChemistry
OSU Industrial Assessment Center receives DOE funding

Wed, Aug 04, 2021

The Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) at Oklahoma State University (OSU) has received a five-year funding award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) totaling $1.75M starting September 2021 and running through August 2026.

Science and TechnologyCollege of Engineering Architecture and Technology
OSU students work with NASA Jet Propulsion Lab on Venus exploration project

Mon, Aug 02, 2021

For centuries, astronomers and scientists have wondered about the conditions on Venus. Students from Oklahoma State University are working with NASA on ways to finally answer some of the burning questions surrounding Earth’s sister planet.

VenusJamey JacobNASACollege of Engineering Architecture and TechnologyUSRIScience and Technology
Oklahoma invests $12.6 million in growth of engineering

Thu, Jul 22, 2021

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education are committed to developing the next generation of engineers in the state.

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher EducationCollege of Engineering Architecture and TechnologyScience and Technology
Researchers deploy virtual fencing technology to improve grazing and water quality

Thu, Jun 24, 2021

Oklahoma State University researchers have received funding from the Environmental Protection Agency to examine how virtual fencing technology could improve the water quality and ecosystems of cattle grazing lands.

Food Land and Natural ResourcesOSU AgricultureGPS collarswatershedsFerguson College of AgricultureScience and TechnologyEnvironmental Protection AgencyAgricultural Sciences and Natural Resourcesgrazing landsOSU Ag Researchvirtual fencingwater quality
Reliance Oilfield Services makes gift to School of Forensic Sciences

Tue, Jun 22, 2021

Reliance donated supplies for the Center for Fire and Explosives, Forensic Investigation, Training and Research (CENFEX) Range.

Science and TechnologyCenter for Health SciencesOSU Center for Health SciencesOSU School of Forensic SciencesCENFEX

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