OCAST

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OCASTOklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology
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This research was supported, in part, by grants from Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST; #AR982-006) and Protein Technologies International (St.
By January of 2004 the program's recognition was growing, and OKCCC was granted $32,000 from the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) for an OCAST Intern Partnership.
ZymeTx will use a three-year $213,280 grant from the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) to fund additional commercial development of a newer, novel platform technology for rapid and sensitive detection of influenza and other viruses.
The authors are most grateful for the financial support provided by the National Science Foundation (contract DMI-9313694), the State of Oklahoma (OCAST project AR4-109), the 3M Company, and Conoco/DuPont.
OKLAHOMA CITY The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology has awarded nearly $4.1 million this year for research and development projects in energy, aerospace, agriculture and health industries, officials said Wednesday.<br />However, that figure is significantly reduced from grant totals in recent years as state appropriations have shrunk, OCAST officials said, and the picture doesn't look good further out.<br />"It's not all doom and gloom for us," OCAST Programs Director Dan Luton said.
ICT and Vaidyanathan have in addition associated to develop a next-generation fuel storage tank through a National Science Foundation grant and OCAST funding totaling above $500,000 since 2013.
OCAST programs are designed to encourage and enable Oklahoma researchers, entrepreneurs and small businesses to accomplish research and development, technology commercialization and technology application.
And since OCAST isn't a government agency, then there is less red tape when it comes to the request-for-proposal process.