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  • Robert Palmer, OU Associate Vice President of Research and Director of the Center for Applied Research and Development, talks about his NSF-funded research on 'tracking tornado debris' on the latest episode of NSF's Science Now program.
  • Bruce Tate, OU Mewbourne School of Petroleum and Geologic Engineering, discusses the "Anatomy of An Oil Rig Disaster" on NPR's OnPoint.
  • NSF Science Nation video, "Engineering Safer Drinking Water in Africa," featuring Laura Brunson, environmental science graduate student.
  • NSF Science Nation video, "Game Changer Research Aims to Forecast Tornadoes," featuring Amy McGovern, computer scientist.
  • NSF Science Nation video, "Threats to Freshwater Mussels and the consquences for the Ecosystem," featuring Caryn Vaughn, biologist.
  • NBC Learn and NSF video, "Tomato Decoded," featuring OU Professor Emeritus Bruce Roe and scientists at the OU Genomics Center.
  • 2013 OU Research Report video, "Fueling the Future," on YouTube
  • 2013 OU Research Report video, "300 Seconds in the Dark," on YouTube
  • 2013 OU Research Report video, "Engineering Better Health," on YouTube
  • 2013 OU Research Report video, "Giving a Basic Element more Flexible Properties, on YouTube
  • 2013 OU Research Report video, "Working Together to be a Weather-Ready Nation," on YouTube
  • 2013 OU Research Report video, "Building Blocks for Success," on YouTube
  • OU physics student Callie Bertsche, Atlas experiment, talks about why colliding particles at a higher energy is so exciting at US LHC.  
  • Archaeology of the Invisible, Adventures in Genomics, Christina Warinner, OU Molecular Anthropology and Microbiome Laboratories, Illumina video.
  • Ancient Human Microbiome, Adventures in Genomics, Cecil Lewis, OU Molecular Anthropology and Microbiome Laboratories, Illumina video.
  • Jun Li, OU professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, developed a new vaccine to fight malaria. NSF captured the story in video.
  • OU Professor Charles Rice talks about the antibiotic to fight MRSA developed by OU chemists at Stephenson Life Sciences Research Center on KOCO 5.  
  • Amy Cerato, OU civil engineering professor, talks about the first helical pile shake study conducted at the country's largest shake table in San Diego.  Watch the six-minute video.
  • Amy Cerato, OU civil engineering professors, talks about the helical pile shake study conducted in San Diego. This is the second video in a series.
  • Roger Harrison and Daniel Resasco, professors in CBME, discuss the non-invasive cancer therapy they developed on OKC Fox25 News.
  • Charles Rice, chemistry professor, discusses the new treatment to fight antibiotic resistant infections like MRSA on OKC Fox25 News.
  • Research develop radar simulator to characterize scattering of debris in tornadoes as seen in NSF video
  • OU researchers create innovative program to detect tornadic debris on KFOR.com
  • OU researchers create simulator that shows how tornadoes scatter debris on OKC Fox25 News