Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

OCAST Funds 48 Projects

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

OCAST Funds 48 Projects

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TULSA - The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology awarded $7.46 million for 48 projects ranging from the development of methods to treat MRSA infections to new ways to treat breast cancer and the development of a new aerospace manufacturing process.

"These projects demonstrate that the future of innovation in Oklahoma is strong," said Dan Luton, director of programs for OCAST.

In addition to awarding funding for research and development projects, OCAST also awarded financing for six internships through the Intern Partnerships program. The program is designed to connect industry to academia while building tomorrow's workforce.

"The Intern Partnerships program has allowed students to make meaningful contributions to research and development projects while gaining valuable hands-on work experience," said Cornell Cross, associate programs director at OCAST. …

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