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September 3, 2010 - OK EPSCoR Launches Next Generation Website  RSS feed

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The Oklahoma Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (OK EPSCoR) is excited to announce the launch of the next generation website for OKEPSCoR.org. The site features information and opportunities for researchers, educators, students and entrepreneurs throughout the state.

The new website offers exciting upcoming events and program information from three focus areas: bioenergy research, K-12 and university educational programs, and public outreach. The site also features many links to government funding agencies, economic development and entrepreneurial opportunities, and important information about the EPSCoR cyber infrastructure plan for the state.

We invite you to visit the new www.okepscor.org today and to come back often for up-to-date announcements and opportunities.

EPSCoR, originally developed by the National Science Foundation 32 years ago, is designed to expand research opportunities in states that have traditionally received less funding in federal support for university research. OK EPSCoR is a partnership among colleges and universities, industry, and research institutions. Its mission is to make Oklahoma researchers more successful in competing for research funding. Specific goals, objectives and strategies are developed for each federal EPSCoR program, based on federal and state needs.