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OSU-Tulsa Professor Recognized for Innovations in Science
Idea innovators such as Raj Singh are benefiting countries around the world.
Singh, head of the Oklahoma State University School of Materials Science and engineering based at OSU-Tulsa and director of the Energy Technologies program, has recently been named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow. He received this honor due to his research that led to the development of several products in the aerospace, energy and automotive and health care industries.
Singh specializes in ceramic materials and his inventions of new materials are being used by industries all over the world. Products developed from members of the NAI Fellowship are believed to make a great impact on economics and the overall well-being of society.
To learn more about Singh and his contributions to science, visit: https://statemagazine.okstate.edu/.
Uploaded August 7, 2015