CELDi helps industry partners excel by leveraging their supply chain to achieve a distinguishable, sustainable difference.
OSU continues to expand research efforts, addressing the critical issues in further establishing renewable energy industries. Areas of emphasis include enhancing productivity of potential feedstocks, improving conversion technologies, and optimizing the value of co-products and by-products.
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.
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 Regents provide information, communication, collaboration and training about grantsmanship for Oklahoma higher education. Partnerships between higher education institutions and community organizations and corporate entities are encouraged and supported.?
The University of Oklahoma Intellectual Property Management Office administers the university’s Intellectual Property policy and is responsible for economic development and technology-related activities, including private industry and governmental relationships.
The Center for Biosecurity Research at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is committed to conducting scientific research, assessing and modeling risks, and developing decision support tools that enhance U.S. military force protection and homeland security.
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) affects more people in the world than any other genetic disease. Globally, almost one-half million babies die from SCD each year. The SCCF has discovered a treatment that promises permanent relief from the suffering, pain and premature death caused by SCD.
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.
From innovative full-time courses to services for business and industry, Meridian Technology’s mission is to provide up to date information on the most current technological and management advances available.
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 Flow and Image Cytometry Laboratory provides the University of Oklahoma research community with state-of-the-art cell analysis and sorting instrumentation, and the technical expertise to best utilize this technology.
OKCU is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and offers a wide variety of degrees in the liberal arts and sciences disciplines, including biology, biomedical science, and cell & molecular biology.
OUHSC educates students to become highly qualified health services practitioners, educators, and research scientists; to conduct research and creative activities for the advancement of knowledge through teaching and development of skills; and to provide continuing education, public service, and clinical care of exemplary quality.
OFDR?s mission is to advance basic science and clinical research in gastrointestinal disease, treat patients with such diseases, participate in the training of physicians, and to educate the public about gastrointestinal illnesses.