CELDi helps industry partners excel by leveraging their supply chain to achieve a distinguishable, sustainable difference.
The University of Oklahoma Center for Electromagnetic Compatibility’s goal is to serve as an independent center dedicated to the investigation of issues related to the electromagnetic compatibility of electronic equipment with wireless devices.
OSU-Tulsa?s Helmerich Research Center provides opportunities for students to receive a world-class engineering education at an affordable price in a state-of-the-art research facility in Tulsa.
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation is a nonprofit biomedical research institute, dedicated to understanding and developing more effective treatments for human disease, focusing on such critical research areas as heart disease, cancer, lupus and Alzheimer?s disease.
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.
ROCA researchers excel in the basic sciences of aging and are able to translate their information from the laboratory bench to understanding aging and age-related diseases in humans.
The Laboratory for Genomics and Bioinformatics is a core facility offering an array of services aimed at facilitating the research of a variety of different investigators across a multitude of disciplines.
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 (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.
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 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.
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 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 Stephenson Life Sciences Research Center houses the research and administrative functions of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry as well as a number of chemists, biochemists and other life science researchers.
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.