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From storm-chasing drones to disease-fighting medicines, OSU connects you to a world of cutting-edge research with top-rated faculty and resources.

Knowledge that improves lives and strengthens communities

Science, engineering and humanities research takes place in every college on our campuses, and our Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa. Oklahoma State research is in lock-step with its land-grant legacy. Whether exploring basic scientific questions or applied concepts that directly impact lives, OSU research is relevant, accessible and beneficial.

Interested in research?

What does a scientist really do?

The OSU research community is broad and tight-knit. Our faculty members have the opportunity to explain why their research matters in a casual, face-to-face setting with the local community each month at OSU Research On Tap. This event allows people to learn about research happening at OSU.

Home to respected faculty, impactful research

Our researchers create treatments for disease, develop technologies to improve lives, explore natural ecosystems and microscopic organisms, and advance many other areas. At the same time, their talents include teaching the next generation of scientists, engineers and scholars.

Guidance in a world of research administration

The Office of the Vice President for Research helps faculty focus on their work with assistance complying with rules and regulations and provides resources for success.

Respectable Research

University Research Compliance
The Office of University Research Compliance is dedicated to helping researchers comply with all regulations and policies governing the conduct of research.

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This is the official statement of OSU in regard to comments made by Coach Mike Gundy regarding the coronavirus.

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The CDC has recommended people maintain six feet of separation to lessen the spread of COVID-19. But is six feet enough?

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