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  • Q5: New app helps with crop analysis

    Recently, a mobile app was developed at Oklahoma State University to assist in crop analysis. Canopeo was developed by students and the OSU App Center, and is available for Apple and Android smartphones. Tyson Ochsner, Sarkeys Distinguished Professor in applied soil physics with OSU’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, explained the development in the app and the advantages that come with it.
  • Q5: 4-H is important to Oklahoma's youth

    4-H is a big part the lives of young Oklahomans. Although those not involved with the program may not realize all that goes into being a member of 4-H and all that the students take from into the rest of their lives. Dea Rash, Oklahoma State University Extension/ 4-H Youth Development, took some time to give an update on some upcoming 4-H events and give an overview of the importance of the program.
  • Oklahoma State's Hammerschmidt bringing offensive perspective to defensive job

    There are four new faces on the Oklahoma State football coaching staff with the majority taking over on offense.
86-year-old Maryland inventor says he'll eliminate chronic pain with a simple device

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — At exactly 1:45 p.m. on a Tuesday, one of the nation's most prolific inventors arrives at an International House of Pancakes via sports car. It gleams quicksilver in the afternoon sun. "They call this a Jaguar," purrs Robert Fischell, who's credited with saving tens of thousands of lives and ushering in the modern era of satellite navigation. "I think it's named after a cat."




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