Oklahoma science and technology agency awards $4 million for health research
Awards are aimed at making Oklahoma health researchers more competitive in attracting national research funds.
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology has awarded nearly $4 million for 30 health research projects that will take up to three years to complete.
The Oklahoma Health Research program was the first program implemented by the state’s science agency when it was created 26 years ago as Oklahoma began a long-term economic diversification...
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