The United States Air Force and Oklahoma State University have agreed to a five-year partnership that will develop cutting-edge research projects and create new educational opportunities for students and service members. The partnership will be enhanced by the cooperative engineering programs opening of OSU Discover building in the Innovation District
While all their seasons may have been put on hold, our local professional teams are doing their part to help keep their rabid fan bases engaged.
Near-term plans and programming look to continue the positive momentum built by area stakeholders as MAPS 4 projects begin to take shape over the longer term.
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.
Veolia is looking for mural artists to paint the south tower's south side. The company is also offering tours, where people can learn more about the district energy system below downtown's streets.
A renowned energy expert will give a presentation titled “Sustainable Energy Transitions” at Oklahoma City University at 1:30 p.m. April 15.
While energy jobs are important to our local economy, most newcomers (and even some longtime residents) are shocked to learn that energy jobs make up only 3.5 percent of Oklahoma City’s employment base.
According to a recent report by the American Wind Energy Association, Oklahoma has huge potential in wind energy. The data says Oklahoma ranks behind only Texas in installed wind power capacity.