There’s no doubt that the Sooner State’s investment in the next generation of innovative technology inspires University of Oklahoma scientist Thirumalai “Venky” Venkatesan. As OU’s director for the Center for Quantum Research and Technology, he praises Oklahoma for making a commitment to new technology that advances the state’s competitiveness.
Current methods to regenerate injured cartilage produce tissue that can break down. This deterioration can eventually lead to osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis that affects more than 32.5 million adults in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
An engineering researcher at the University of Oklahoma is part of a National Science Foundation project addressing the logistical challenges of maintaining cryogenic temperatures for Messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules, a molecule that allows human cells to recognize and protect against infectious diseases.
Researcher at OU developing app to detect hidden cameras
November 14, 2022
The assistant professor behind the research said his app will be able to not just let you know you’re being recorded but it will be able to pinpoint the camera’s location
OU researcher gets millions in grant money to revolutionize surgery for brain injuries
July 08, 2022
A University of Oklahoma researcher is looking to change the face of traumatic brain surgeries. And he just got millions in funding to do it.
Research at OU could cut surgery time in half for patients with traumatic brain injuries
July 06, 2022
Victims of traumatic brain injury could have their surgery time cut in half, thanks to research in the works at the University of Oklahoma.
Achievers: OU biomedical engineering student receives award
April 13, 2022
A University of Oklahoma engineering student has been awarded the Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award from the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health.