Using Tactical Nutrition To Save First Responders

There are many job-related factors that can set off a heart attack for first responders, including suddenly having to sprint, wearing heavy gear, working in extreme temperatures and smoke inhalation. But there is actually a root cause — underlying heart disease associated with lifestyle factors that can be changed. That means many of these deaths are preventable. At the OSU Tactical Fitness and Nutrition Lab, Dr. Jill Joyce and her team are working to do just that.

What Do Sand Dunes Have To Do With Understanding The Weather?

What do sand dunes have to do with understanding the weather? Oklahoma State University's Unmanned Systems Research Institute (USRI) has been conducting research to find out! OStateTV's Meghan Robinson spoke with director of USRI, Dr. Jamey Jacob, and project engineering director, Victoria Natalie, to learn more about their study of the atmosphere and wind profiles at Little Sahara State Park.

How OSU Researchers Are Addressing The Problem Of Insect Pests On Wheat

This is OSU Research Matters, a bi-weekly look inside the work of Oklahoma State University faculty, staff and students. For Oklahoma wheat producers, insect pests have always been a concern. In this episode, Dr. Kenneth Sewell speaks with Dr. Chris Giles, a professor of entomology and plant pathology, to learn how researchers at OSU are focused on finding unique ways to address this problem. Dr. Sewell and Dr. Giles will be speaking more in depth on how OSU researchers are addressing insect pests at 'Research On Tap' — Monday, September 20th at Iron Monk Brewery in Stillwater. The informal discussion is open to the public and starts at 5:30 p.m.

How OSU Researchers Are Addressing The Problem Of Insect Pests On Wheat

Understanding the COVID-19 Delta Variant

This is OSU Research Matters, a bi-weekly look inside the work of Oklahoma State University faculty, staff and students. In this episode, Meghan Robinson speaks with Dr. Jennifer Rudd, a faculty member at OSU's College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Rudd has her PhD in pandemic influenza and specializes in human infectious disease. Her research has focused on COVID-19 and, most recently, understanding the delta variant.

How Oklahoma State University Researchers Are Helping In The Fight Against COVID-19

This is OSU Research Matters, a bi-weekly look inside the work of Oklahoma State University faculty, staff and students. In this episode, Dr. Kenneth Sewell — the school's Vice President of Research — talks with Dr. Jerry Malayer about how OSU researchers are helping in the fight against COVID-19.

How Oklahoma State University Researchers Are Helping In The Fight Against COVID-19

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OSU Research Matters is a bi-weekly look inside the work of Oklahoma State University faculty, staff and students. The show showcases the impact of OSU's research on everyday life. Find out more at research.okstate.edu