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OKG Newsletter


Topic: research

‘Controversy’ response


Letters to the Editor

David Grow
Steve Kern (Commentary, “Counterpoint: Scrutinizing science,” April 13, Gazette) could not have provided a better example of why “teach the controversy” and “valid” criticisms of evolution have no legitimate place in science classrooms.
 
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Golden Graham

Metro-based Graham Industries covers everything from water filtration, antimicrobial research to — yes — customized concealed weapons.


News

Luke Atkinson
What do crime scene clean-up, water filtration, antimicrobial research and customized concealed weapon development have in common? Not much, until businessman Nathan Graham put them all under one roof.
 
Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Texas 4000 charity ride stops in OKC

Bike event raises cancer awareness


Sports

Ryan Querbach
Established to fight cancer, the annual Texas 4000 bike ride makes a stop in Oklahoma City this weekend.
 
Thursday, June 9, 2011

Shave this


OKG7 things to do

Gazette staff
Hair: Who needs it?
 
Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Say you’re sorry


CFN

Gazette staff
Oklahoma has no short- age of federal lawmakers making waves. This time, it’s not about immigration, sequestration, haircuts on Capitol Hill or even prairie chickens. It’s about weather.
 
Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Federal grant helps fund disease research


News

Tim Farley
A $20 million federal grant will help state medical professionals combine clinical data with ongoing scientific research in hopes of discovering new treatments for a multitude of diseases.
 
Thursday, September 26, 2013

Health kick

More than $20 million in federal grant money will help fund research and education programs across Oklahoma “immediately,” leaders say.


News

Tim Farley
A $20.3 million federal grant announced last week will help state medical professionals combine clinical data with ongoing scientific research in hopes of discovering new treatments for a multitude of diseases.
 
Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Welcome to OKC


CFN

Gazette staff
General Electric recently announced it’ll locate its first global research center dedicated to oil and gas technology in Oklahoma City. With it will come 130 high-tech jobs, the company announced in a media statement. That’s an economic impact of an estimated $13 million into our state and local economy.
 
Monday, December 23, 2013

The cancer cure

Well, maybe not for all forms of cancer, but Larry Kennedy’s legacy might be the cure for a deadly, rare disease that took the life of his brother.


News

Devon Green
There may be a treatment and cure for a particularly aggressive form of brain cancer called glioblastoma, which has little to no rate of survival.
 
Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Council offers tax incentives for two companies


News

Ben Felder
The Oklahoma City Council voted recently to offer tax incentives to General Electric Co. and Baker Hughes Inc. for new facilities expected to create hundreds of high-paying jobs. Baker Hughes will receive $850,000 and General Electric will receive $1 million, assuming each company meets job creation expectations.
 
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
 
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