A number of MAPS 4 proposals designed to foster community and collaboration in Oklahoma City’s Innovation District have the potential to grow Oklahoma’s economic output exponentially.
For the past eight years, Brewfest has been a great place to showcase the state’s burgeoning brewery scene.
Revolutionary tumor-fighting treatment now offered.
The funding will support laboratory projects as well as clinical studies to help Oklahomans suffering from conditions such as multiple sclerosis and lupus.
The request includes four projects and an operating fund, which were outlined as economically-vital district improvements in Perkins + Will’s land use and strategic development plan which was released last week.
44 years after its founding, the Dean McGee Eye Institute is on the cutting edge of eye care.
“We're creating clusters around companies like bioscience, aerospace and defense, energy, and we have a really robust economy. There’s a lot more activity, whether it's venture capital investments, accelerator and incubator programs or things that make it easier for entrepreneurs to grow."
The three OSU-based delegates have been making the most of their meetings with top pharmaceutical and bioscience company representatives.