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The Thermal House that Song Built: 1940's Home Transformed to Research Lab
November 17, 2022

University of Oklahoma engineer Li Song, Ph.D., never imagined her research would occur in a 1940’s bungalow. Only on the market since 2017, Song thought that smart thermostats – Wi-Fi thermostats – showed the potential for further investigation. She noticed hundreds of computer scientists were collecting data about smart thermostat usage, but few were studying their actual physical systems.

Learn More About Dr. Song's ResearchThe Thermal House that Song Built: 1940's Home Transformed to Research Lab



 

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OU Engineers Partner with No-code Industrial AI Experts
November 16, 2022

Through a Department of Energy-funded project, University of Oklahoma engineers have developed a low-cost, field installable retrofit kit to reduce emissions and enhance the performance of integral reciprocating compressors used in the production, gathering, transmission and processing of natural gas.

Read More About the Emission Reducing KitOU Engineers Partner with No-code Industrial AI Experts



 

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OU Computer Scientist Aims to Improve Privacy from Digitally Enabled Hidden Devices
November 14, 2022

A research project aims to develop better ways to locate hidden wireless devices, develop countermeasures against unauthorized voice or motion detection, and create techniques to safeguard user privacy against unauthorized monitoring from such devices.

Read More About Tech Privacy SafeguardsOU Computer Scientist Aims to Improve Privacy from Digitally Enabled Hidden Devices



 

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Researchers Use Optical Imaging Technology to Evaluate Transplant Viability of Donor Kidneys
November 02, 2022

A team of researchers, with assistance from LifeShare of Oklahoma, will collaborate to investigate the use of optical coherence tomography to evaluate donor kidneys and develop new scanning methods and machine learning algorithms to reduce the evaluation time of donor kidneys while substantially increasing the information about the viability of these organs for transplant surgeons and clinicians.

Read More About Optical Coherence Tomography ResearchResearchers Use Optical Imaging Technology to Evaluate Transplant Viability of Donor Kidneys



 

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OU Engineers Help Build Power Grid of the Future
October 12, 2022

Today’s electric grid is aging and being pushed to do more than intended. Extreme weather, natural disasters and increased demand – all are taking a toll on America’s century-old infrastructure. University of Oklahoma assistant professor Jie Cai, Ph.D., and a team of researchers were awarded funding to study thermal energy storage in commercial and residential buildings to promote renewable energy utilization.

Read More About Thermal Energy StorageOU Engineers Help Build Power Grid of the Future



 

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OU Engineering to Help Meet State’s Biopharmaceutical Workforce Needs
October 11, 2022

In 2023, the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma will open an interdisciplinary workforce education and research center to serve the growing biopharmaceutical industry in Oklahoma, the OU Bioprocessing Core Facility.

Read More About the OU Bioprocessing Core FacilityOU Engineering to Help Meet State’s Biopharmaceutical Workforce Needs



 

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Dawn Martin-Hill receives 2022 OU International Water Prize
October 10, 2022

Cultural anthropologist Dawn Martin-Hill is the recipient of the 2022 OU International Water Prize presented Sept. 26 at the OU International WaTER Conference at First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City. An associate professor at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, she was recognized for her contributions to understanding how water quality and security are linked to Indigenous community culture, livelihood and health.

Read More About the ConferenceDawn Martin-Hill receives 2022 OU International Water Prize



 

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OU Engineering to Help Meet State’s Biopharmaceutical Workforce Needs

October 11, 2022

In 2023, the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma will open an interdisciplinary workforce education and research center to serve the growing biopharmaceutical industry in Oklahoma, the OU Bioprocessing Core Facility.

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The Thermal House that Song Built: 1940's Home Transformed to Research Lab
November 17, 2022

University of Oklahoma engineer Li Song, Ph.D., never imagined her research would occur in a 1940’s bungalow. Only on the market since 2017, Song thought that smart thermostats – Wi-Fi thermostats – showed the potential for further investigation. She noticed hundreds of computer scientists were collecting data about smart thermostat usage, but few were studying their actual physical systems.

Learn More About Dr. Song's ResearchThe Thermal House that Song Built: 1940's Home Transformed to Research Lab

OU Engineers Partner with No-code Industrial AI Experts
November 16, 2022

Through a Department of Energy-funded project, University of Oklahoma engineers have developed a low-cost, field installable retrofit kit to reduce emissions and enhance the performance of integral reciprocating compressors used in the production, gathering, transmission and processing of natural gas.

Read More About the Emission Reducing KitOU Engineers Partner with No-code Industrial AI Experts

OU Computer Scientist Aims to Improve Privacy from Digitally Enabled Hidden Devices
November 14, 2022

A research project aims to develop better ways to locate hidden wireless devices, develop countermeasures against unauthorized voice or motion detection, and create techniques to safeguard user privacy against unauthorized monitoring from such devices.

Read More About Tech Privacy SafeguardsOU Computer Scientist Aims to Improve Privacy from Digitally Enabled Hidden Devices

Researchers Use Optical Imaging Technology to Evaluate Transplant Viability of Donor Kidneys
November 02, 2022

A team of researchers, with assistance from LifeShare of Oklahoma, will collaborate to investigate the use of optical coherence tomography to evaluate donor kidneys and develop new scanning methods and machine learning algorithms to reduce the evaluation time of donor kidneys while substantially increasing the information about the viability of these organs for transplant surgeons and clinicians.

Read More About Optical Coherence Tomography ResearchResearchers Use Optical Imaging Technology to Evaluate Transplant Viability of Donor Kidneys

AME Professor Receives International Design Engineering Award
October 28, 2022

Farrokh Mistree, Ph.D., L.A. Comp Chair in the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, has received an ICONNN Award from the International Conference series on Research into Design (ICoRD’23) organizing committee.

Read moreAME Professor Receives International Design Engineering Award

OU Engineers Help Build Power Grid of the Future
October 12, 2022

Today’s electric grid is aging and being pushed to do more than intended. Extreme weather, natural disasters and increased demand – all are taking a toll on America’s century-old infrastructure. University of Oklahoma assistant professor Jie Cai, Ph.D., and a team of researchers were awarded funding to study thermal energy storage in commercial and residential buildings to promote renewable energy utilization.

Read More About Thermal Energy StorageOU Engineers Help Build Power Grid of the Future

OU Engineering to Help Meet State’s Biopharmaceutical Workforce Needs
October 11, 2022

In 2023, the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma will open an interdisciplinary workforce education and research center to serve the growing biopharmaceutical industry in Oklahoma, the OU Bioprocessing Core Facility.

Read More About the OU Bioprocessing Core FacilityOU Engineering to Help Meet State’s Biopharmaceutical Workforce Needs

Dawn Martin-Hill receives 2022 OU International Water Prize
October 10, 2022

Cultural anthropologist Dawn Martin-Hill is the recipient of the 2022 OU International Water Prize presented Sept. 26 at the OU International WaTER Conference at First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City. An associate professor at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, she was recognized for her contributions to understanding how water quality and security are linked to Indigenous community culture, livelihood and health.

Read More About the ConferenceDawn Martin-Hill receives 2022 OU International Water Prize

OU, Air Force Engineers Work to Create Non-Toxic Primer for Aerospace Applications
October 06, 2022

A research team, coordinated by the Oklahoma Aerospace and Defense Innovation Institute at the University of Oklahoma, is working with members of the 76th Maintenance Wing at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex to develop a novel chromium-free organic primer for aerospace applications.

Read More About the Chromium-Free Primer DevelopmentOU, Air Force Engineers Work to Create Non-Toxic Primer for Aerospace Applications

Study finds U.S. future floods becoming more frequent, wider spread, yet less seasonal
October 03, 2022

Summer 2022 has been an unprecedented one with five “1-in-1,000-year” floods experienced across the U.S.: St. Louis and Eastern Kentucky both in July, and Southeast Illinois, Death Valley and Dallas all in August.

Read More About Flood ResearchStudy finds U.S. future floods becoming more frequent, wider spread, yet less seasonal

Department of Energy Funds OU Study That May Reduce Greenhouse Gas
September 20, 2022

Funded by the Department of Energy, a theoretical study led by Bin Wang, associate professor in the School of Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma, is modeling how carbon dioxide could be combined with ethylene, the most common industrial chemical, to make acrylic acid, a common component of many household industrial products.

Read More About the StudyDepartment of Energy Funds OU Study That May Reduce Greenhouse Gas

OU, Phillips 66 Collaboration Earns OU Engineer International Honor
September 16, 2022

The American Chemical Society honored University of Oklahoma engineering professor Daniel Resasco, Ph.D., with the Exceptional Achievements in Catalysis award at a special symposium of the Catalysis Division during its Fall 2022 national meeting in Chicago.

Read More About The American Chemical Society HonorOU, Phillips 66 Collaboration Earns OU Engineer International Honor

OU Engineering Welcomes 23 New Faculty for 2022-23
September 13, 2022

The Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma has added 23 new faculty to its schools, laboratories and centers for the 2022-23 school year.

Read More About Our New FacultyOU Engineering Welcomes 23 New Faculty for 2022-23

OU Engineering Pathways Program Launches
August 26, 2022

The Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma has launched an innovative new program that combines high-quality teaching with student-centered learning. The program, Engineering Pathways, was developed to help address Oklahoma’s growing need for engineers.

Read More About How OU Engineering is Reimagining EducationOU Engineering Pathways Program Launches

Computer Science Scholars Give Back to Tribal Nations
August 09, 2022

The University of Oklahoma announced nine recipients of the Computer Science Indigenous Community of Learners United to Develop, Excel and Succeed (CS INCLUDES) scholarship.

Read More About the CS INCLUDES Scholarship RecipientsComputer Science Scholars Give Back to Tribal Nations

Teaching Teachers: NSF Funds Summer Program at OU Engineering
July 18, 2022

For Mark Nanny, a professor in the School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science at the University of Oklahoma, it’s all about putting teachers in the driver’s seat.

Read More About Teaching TeachersTeaching Teachers: NSF Funds Summer Program at OU Engineering

OU's Venkatesan Turns the Page: Honored by 4 Noted Organizations
July 05, 2022

Over the years, Thirumalai “Venky” Venkatesan, a University of Oklahoma professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received many prestigious honors and awards for his achievements in advanced technology innovation.

Read More About OU's VenkatesanOU's Venkatesan Turns the Page: Honored by 4 Noted Organizations

OU's Kianoosh Hatami Elected American Society of Civil Engineers Fellow
July 28, 2022

Kianoosh Hatami, a professor in the School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science in the Gallogly College of Engineering, has been elected to fellow status by the American Society of Civil Engineers, an honor held by only 3% of ASCE members.

Read More About the American Society of Civil Engineers FellowOU's Kianoosh Hatami Elected American Society of Civil Engineers Fellow

OU Industrial and Systems Engineer Kash Barker Named Fulbright Scholar
June 27, 2022

Kash Barker, Ph.D., a David L. Boren Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering, has been selected to receive a Fulbright U.S. Scholar fellowship for the 2022-2023 academic year from the U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.

Read More About the Fulbright U.S. Scholar fellowshipOU Industrial and Systems Engineer Kash Barker Named Fulbright Scholar


OU Environmental Engineering Students Recognized at ASRS Meeting
June 21, 2022

Two members of the Center for Restoration of Ecosystems and Watersheds (CREW) have received top honors from the American Society of Reclamation Sciences (ASRS), an international society focusing on land reclamation and the protection and enhancement of soil and water resources

Read More About ASRS RecognitionOU Environmental Engineering Students Recognized at ASRS Meeting


Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science and Technology Selects Funding Recipients
June 13, 2022

Four interdisciplinary biomedical research projects have been selected for funding through the 2022 IBEST-OUHSC Cross-Campus Program, a co-funding mechanism created to facilitate the development of multidisciplinary teams of OU Norman and OU Health Sciences Center faculty to compete for external funding on significant cross-disciplinary healthcare research topics.

Read More About Funding RecipientsInstitute for Biomedical Engineering, Science and Technology Selects Funding Recipients


OU and Air Force Engineers Improve Natural Language Generation for Auto-Routing Aircraft
June 09, 2022

A research team, coordinated by the Oklahoma Aerospace and Defense Innovation Institute at the University of Oklahoma, is applying artificial intelligence and machine learning methods to improve autonomous routing of aircraft being operated by the U.S. Air Force.

Read More About Natural Language Generation ResearchOU and Air Force Engineers Improve Natural Language Generation for Auto-Routing Aircraft


OU Biomedical Engineering Researcher is Ready to Transform TBI Surgery
June 07, 2022

A battered woman. A wounded warrior. A football player. All from completely different worlds. Yet, all are connected by one thing – traumatic brain injury.

Read More About TBI ResearchOU Biomedical Engineering Researcher is Ready to Transform TBI Surgery


Chemical Institute of Canada Catalysis Division Honors OU Engineering Prof
June 02, 2022

The 2022 Robert B. Anderson Catalysis Award from the Chemical Institute of Canada’s Catalysis Division was presented to University of Oklahoma engineering professor Daniel Resasco.

Read More About the Catalysis Division HonorsChemical Institute of Canada Catalysis Division Honors OU Engineering Prof

OU Engineering Staff Recognized by University of Oklahoma and Beyond
May 10, 2022

Staff in the Gallogly College of Engineering have received various recognition, both on the university campus and beyond.

Read More About Staff AwardsOU Engineering Staff Recognized by University of Oklahoma and Beyond


OU Engineering Researchers: Climate Models Show Increase in Flash Flooding
May 11, 2022

The latest U.N. report on climate change documenting researchers’ efforts shows that some measures of global warming are unavoidable.

Read More About the Climate ModelsOU Engineering Researchers: Climate Models Show Increase in Flash Flooding


OU Biomedical Engineering Students Develop Shake-Canceling Spoon
May 16, 2022

Eating can be an upsetting and humiliating ordeal for people whose hands shake uncontrollably due to Parkinson’s disease or a tremor disorder.

Read More About the Shake-Canceling SpoonOU Biomedical Engineering Students Develop Shake-Canceling Spoon


2 OU Engineering Graduate Students Receive Top Honors
May 17, 2022

Two of three graduate students receiving the Outstanding Graduate Student Award from the OU Graduate Student Senate hail from the Gallogy College of Engineering.

Read More About the Outstanding Graduate Student Award2 OU Engineering Graduate Students Receive Top Honors


OU Engineering Students Celebrated at 2022 Campus Awards
May 06, 2022

Student recipients of the 2022 Campus Awards were recognized during a ceremony on April 8, 2022. Two engineering students received three awards.

Read More About Campus AwardsOU Engineering Students Celebrated at 2022 Campus Awards

Can OU Research Team Clear Up Biases in Artificial Intelligence?
April 12, 2022

There’s no doubt that artificial intelligence is embedded in our everyday lives. From smartphones to ridesharing apps to mobile check deposits, AI is so pervasive that we rarely think about how it works.

Read More About Biases in Artificial IntelligenceCan OU Research Team Clear Up Biases in Artificial Intelligence?


OU Engineering Students Named NSF Graduate Research Fellows
April 15, 2022

Five students in the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma have been selected as 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows.

Read More About the NSF Graduate Research FellowsOU Engineering Students Named NSF Graduate Research Fellows


OU Professor Takes Lead in Building High-speed Aerothermodynamics Lab
April 08, 2022

Hiroshi Ozawa, Ph.D., is taking the lead in building a high-speed aerothermodynamics lab on OU’s North Campus. High-speed aerothermodynamics includes hypersonics and plays a key role in the aerospace industry, the second largest industry in Oklahoma.

Read More About the Aerothermodynamics LabOU Professor Takes Lead in Building High-speed Aerothermodynamics Lab


OU Scientists' Experimental Research Aims to Treat Metastatic Cancer
April 26, 2022

Researchers at the University of Oklahoma are testing an experimental treatment for metastatic cancer focusing on pancreatic cancer. Metastasis, the condition when cancer cells spread beyond the original tumor, is the “worst enemy” of cancer patients, said Wei R. Chen, Ph.D., the Stephenson Chair and Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering.

Read More About Experimental Treatment for Metastatic CancerOU Scientists' Experimental Research Aims to Treat Metastatic Cancer


Well done! 9 Engineering Educators Recognized at 2022 Faculty Awards and Honors Event
April 15, 2022

The Norman campus at the University of Oklahoma returned to hosting an in-person event to celebrate the recipients of university faculty awards.

Read More About the 2022 Faculty AwardsWell done! 9 Engineering Educators Recognized at 2022 Faculty Awards and Honors Event

$11.3 Million Federal Grant Establishes New Center for Cancer Research at OU
March 23, 2022

The University of Oklahoma has received funding from the National Institutes of Health to establish the Oklahoma Center of Medical Imaging for Translational Cancer Research, a collaboration between the Gallogly College of Engineering on the OU Norman campus and OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center in Oklahoma City.

Read More About New Center for Cancer Research at OU$11.3 Million Federal Grant Establishes New Center for Cancer Research at OU


Engage! 9 High School Students Win OU Engineering Scholarships at Open House
March 15, 2022

Unpredictable weather couldn’t stop Oklahoma high school students from learning about engineering principles and concepts at the Gallogly College of Engineering’s 110th Engineering Open House on March 4.

Read More About OU Engineering ScholarshipsEngage! 9 High School Students Win OU Engineering Scholarships at Open House


Excellent! 10 OU Engineering Students Receive Dissertation Awards
March 30, 2022

Ten students from the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma were selected to receive this semester’s Engineering Dissertation Award, a $5,000 award created to encourage doctoral students to graduate with excellence.

Read More About Dissertation AwardsExcellent! 10 OU Engineering Students Receive Dissertation Awards


OU Biomedical Engineering Student Receives NIH Award to Research Imaging of Pancreatic Cancer
March 09, 2022

A University of Oklahoma engineering student has received the rare honor of being awarded the Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award from the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health.

Read More About NIH AwardOU Biomedical Engineering Student Receives NIH Award to Research Imaging of Pancreatic Cancer


OU Engineering, Earth and Energy Colleges Announce Industry and Government Day
March 28, 2022

A new event to encourage networking and community building among researchers in engineering and energy sectors will be held April 28-29 at the University of Oklahoma.

Read More About Industry and Government DayOU Engineering, Earth and Energy Colleges Announce Industry and Government Day


OU Faculty Elected to Prestigious Medical and Biological Engineering Institute
February 22, 2022

Wei Chen, Ph.D., and Javier Jo, Ph.D., faculty in the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma, have been elected to the College of Fellows by the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.

Read More About the American Institute for Medical and Biological EngineeringOU Faculty Elected to Prestigious Medical and Biological Engineering Institute


OU's Muraleetharan to be Celebrated by Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence
March 04, 2022

K. K. “Muralee” Muraleetharan, in the School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science, has been recognized for outstanding research university teaching by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.

Read More About the Oklahoma Foundation for ExcellenceOU's Muraleetharan to be Celebrated by Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence


Represent! OU School of Computer Science Attends Artificial Intelligence Conference
March 15, 2022

In February, “Wind Prediction under Random Data Corruption” was showcased during the Conference on Artificial Intelligence (known as AAAI-22) sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

Read More About Artificial Intelligence ConferenceRepresent! OU School of Computer Science Attends Artificial Intelligence Conference

15 Students Celebrated for International Day of Women in Science
February 09, 2022

To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in the Sciences, the Gallogly College of Engineering is sharing 15 stories about engineering students.

Read More About Women in STEM15 Students Celebrated for International Day of Women in Science


A Message from the GCoE Dean: Celebrating Engineers Week Feb. 20-26
February 14, 2022

Everywhere you look engineering touches your daily life. The technology that powers your smartphone, the car you drive, the roads you travel on, the water you drink, the plane you fly in, and the technology of modern medicine are possible because of engineering advances.

Read More About Engineers WeekA Message from the GCoE Dean: Celebrating Engineers Week Feb. 20-26


Biomedical Engineering Researchers Strive to Better Predict Peptide Structures
February 02, 2022

Researchers in the Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering at OU have developed a framework published in Science Advances that solves the challenge of bridging experimental and computer sciences to better predict peptide structures. Peptide-based materials have been used in energy, security and health fields for the past two decades.

Read More About Peptide StructuresBiomedical Engineering Researchers Strive to Better Predict Peptide Structures


Noted Database Places OU Engineering Researchers Among Top 2% in Their Fields
February 28, 2022

A prestigious list published by Elsevier, an international information and analytics company, has recognized 19 engineering faculty at the University of Oklahoma who are using their research expertise to create solutions for the world’s toughest challenges.

Read More About OU Engineering Researchers Among Top 2% in Their FieldsNoted Database Places OU Engineering Researchers Among Top 2% in Their Fields


OU Engineer, Collaborators Named Semifinalists in Department of Energy's Solar Competition
February 23, 2022

Farrokh Mistree and five collaborators comprise “The CyberBorgs,” a research team selected as semifinalists in the software track for the Department of Energy's American-Made Solar Prize competition.

Read More About the Solar CompetitionOU Engineer, Collaborators Named Semifinalists in Department of Energy's Solar Competition


OU Engineer to Use NSF Award to Advance Knowledge of Droplet Behavior
February 07, 2022

Dynamics of droplet wetting and spreading is not only important in disease transmission but is also central to industrial processes, including cooling of reactors, emerging technologies such as 3D printing, and commercial applications such as agricultural, pharmaceutical and cosmetics.

Read More About the NSF AwardOU Engineer to Use NSF Award to Advance Knowledge of Droplet Behavior


OU Postdoc Student Receives International Fellowship
February 04, 2022

The American Association of University Women awarded an international fellowship to computer science student Temitope Olorunfemi, PhD, who is pursuing her postdoctoral in natural and physical sciences at the University of Oklahoma.

Read More About The American Association of University WomenOU Postdoc Student Receives International Fellowship

Gallogly College Presents Pursuit of Excellence Awards
January 07, 2022

The Gallogly College of Engineering Board of Advisors recognized four individuals at its with Pursuit of Excellence Awards.

Read More About the Pursuit of Excellence AwardsGallogly College Presents Pursuit of Excellence Awards


Students Receive Kennedy Engineering Leadership Awards
January 07, 2022

Two OU Gallogly College of Engineering students received the Kennedy Engineering Leadership Award.

Read More About the Kennedy Leadership AwardsStudents Receive Kennedy Engineering Leadership Awards


 

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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

Read the Full Article on the KOCO WebsiteResearcher at OU developing app to detect hidden cameras

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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.

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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

Read the Full Article on the KOCO WebsiteResearcher at OU developing app to detect hidden cameras

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.

Read the Full Article on the KFOR WebsiteResearch at OU could cut surgery time in half for patients with traumatic brain injuries

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.

Read More About The National Research Service AwardAchievers: OU biomedical engineering student receives award


 

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