OSU is one of the nation’s most comprehensive land-grant systems dedicated to providing students with an education to prepare them for success. OSU students and faculty are working to find solutions through the diverse programs and opportunities in research and technology.
Oklahoma State University Microscopy Laboratory is a highly specialized research support and teaching lab that uses some of the most powerful microscopes ever developed to peek into the very molecular structure of all kinds of materials.
OU provides the best possible educational experience for their students through excellence in teaching, research and creative activity, and service to the state and society. OU has diverse and integrated bioscience and technology degree programs, research projects, facilities and nation and international partnerships.
Redlands Community College provides a learner-centered environment committed to academic excellence strengthened through service and civic engagement. The Redlands offer various associate degree programs in science.
The Laboratory for Molecular Biology and Cytometry Research is a state of the art facility offering a variety of services in the areas of DNA sequencing/genomics, mass spectrometry/ proteomics and flow cytometry and imaging.
The Biomedical Engineering program works to provide students with a fundamental education in health science and biomedical engineering, allowing them to learn and adapt new technologies to solve health related problems in an ever-changing workplace.
The Technology Development Center (TDC) at Oklahoma State University assists faculty and staff members, administrators, and students with intellectual property issues resulting from their scholarly and creative activities.
The Noble Foundation is an independent, nonprofit institute conducting plant science research and agricultural programs to enhance agricultural productivity. Founded in 1945 by Lloyd Noble, the Noble Foundation?s early efforts focused on educating and encouraging area farmers and ranchers to practice land stewardship and resource conservation.
The (ACGT) is a world class Genome Center applying high throughput, state-of-the-art DNA sequencing technology and computer-based automated genome annotation to address important and significant biological, biomedical and agricultual problems at the genome level.
The CareerTech system is advancing Oklahoma’s bioscience industry by implementing workforce development initiatives such as biomedical academies, biotechnology and nanotechnology training, as well as providing customized training and services.
The Harold Hamm Oklahoma Diabetes Center is a program established by the University of Oklahoma with the goal of promoting the well-being of all people with, or at high risk of, diabetes in Oklahoma, regardless of ethnic background or financial status.
The mission of ADURS is to provide a forum of leadership and support for the individuals active in drug utilization review to obtain information, develop skills, and receive training to efficiently and effectively perform their duties.
The Dean McGee Eye Institute is one of only a small handful of institutions in the Southwest and Midwest which offers a complete spectrum of subspecialty eye care for everything from tumors to macular degeneration as well as a nationally-ranked vision research enterprise.