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OU Radar Program Builds Hi-Tech Radar
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma started building mobile radars a decade ago for weather research. Now, the technology has gotten so advanced, the newest radar under construction can do more than predict storms.
OU and Smithsonian Address Challenges of Curating Ancient Biomolecules
University of Oklahoma researchers, led by Courtney Hofman and Rita Austin, in collaboration with the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, are addressing the challenges of curating ancient biomolecules and working toward the development and dissemination of best practices
OU Researcher Developing New Approach for Early Intervention of Lupus
Si Wu is an OU researcher who is developing new strategies leading to diagnosis and early intervention of Lupus, an autoimmune disease that may affect up to 1.5 million Americans.
OU Meteorologist to Lead NASA Earth Venture Project Science InvestigationOU Cooperative Institute Celebrates 40 Years of Innovative Research
Cameron Homeyer will lead a team to better understand how summer storms over North America can change the chemistry of the stratosphere as part of a new NASA-funded project.
OU Cooperative Institute Celebrates 40 Years of Innovative Research
CIMMS, the largest research organization at OU with nearly 200 employees and $19 million in funding, celebrates 40 years of innovative severe weather research on Nov. 15 at the National Weather Center.