Oral Roberts University announced that it has become the newest member of Tulsa Research Partners, a collaborative, multi-disciplinary research partnership for institutions of higher learning in the city of Tulsa.
is partnering with current members on strategic research initiatives for the region, such as information security, advanced materials, aerospace, telecommunications, bio-life, information technology and alternative energy sciences.
“This relationship with Tulsa Research Partners will create new opportunities for to conduct important academic research,” says Professor and Chair of Computing and Mathematics Andrew Lang. “I look forward to collaborating with my peers to solve critical issues throughout our region.”
Tulsa Research Partners is the cornerstone program of the Oklahoma Innovation Institute. The program identifies opportunities for collaborative research and development, funding, grant writing, and the transition of scientific research and technologies into commercially viable products and solutions. Initiatives include the Tandy Super Computer, the Tulsa Regional alliance, The Best Thinking Forum and Collaborative Research Symposia, including events like Tulsa Research Day.
Tulsa Research Partners also provides member institutions with a suite of web-enabled search and discovery tools, allowing users to find symbiotic and complementary research efforts, identify prospective collaborators and share resources. Member institutions include Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, Oral Roberts University, The University of Tulsa, The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa and Tulsa Community College.
For more information about Tulsa Research Partners, visit oklahomainnovationinstitute.org/tulsa-research-partners.