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OSU researchers monitor hypersonic shockwaves as part of NASA OSIRIS-REx mission

Mon, Sep 25, 2023

As NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft completed its 1.2-billion-mile journey home and sent its sample return capsule back to Earth, a team of Oklahoma State University researchers was waiting and listening.

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Gut Reactions: OSU researchers study gut microbiomes, establish a core facility

Mon, Sep 18, 2023

No matter how still a person or animal might look, there is always a hive of activity going on under the surface. Microbiomes — a community of bacteria — are constantly colonizing our bodies. There are hundreds of microbes inside the body that each provide essential functions. However, without the correct balance, one can experience health problems like infections and malnutrition.

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New year-round topiary joins OSU-Stillwater campus

Thu, Aug 24, 2023

Oklahoma State University has many notable topiaries around campus including a cowboy boot and hat as well as people lined up signing “O-S-U” outside Old Central. This fall, a bison joined campus with a few new features allowing it to stay out year-round. A topiary is foliage that has been trimmed and shaped into an object.

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Written in the Stars: NASA officer successfully defends aviation and space education doctoral dissertation

Thu, Apr 27, 2023

As NASA’s chief health and medical officer and a student at Oklahoma State University, Dr. J.D. Polk aims to provide the next generation with information critical to the field of spaceflight. Despite already being triple board-certified as an osteopathic doctor, an emergency medical doctor and a flight surgeon specializing in aerospace medicine, Polk decided to add another set of credentials to his title.

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OSU students present at National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Mon, Apr 24, 2023

Last week, a number of Oklahoma State University students presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

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OSU alumna leads research contributing to insect conservation

Fri, Apr 14, 2023

During her Ph.D program at Oklahoma State University, Geest led a study focused on the effects of fire on the tallgrass prairie butterfly community, which was recently published in the Journal of Insect Conservation and Diversity, a scientific publication for insect research.

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OSU multi-state drone project receives national award

Fri, Dec 16, 2022

A multi-state research project headed by Randy Raper, assistant director of Oklahoma State University Ag Research, recently received the National Excellence in Multistate Research Award. The project studies the use of drones in agriculture.

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FCC issues public call to review broadband data by Jan. 13

Tue, Dec 13, 2022

The Federal Communications Commission is asking the public to review its updated broadband service map and challenge any data that is inaccurate.

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USDA-ARS and OWRC scientists improving water control structures

Fri, Jul 29, 2022

As part of a five-year U.S. Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service project, an American-made drone called Goose has been flying over Oklahoma dams, capturing images of the dams and their surroundings to create 3-D models that can be analyzed to determine potential safety issues.

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