An interview with SC CSC Director, Kim Winton, was recently aired (and is available online!) on the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) radio show. The show was aired at stations all over Oklahoma and north Texas.
The OCAST radio show highlights the latest technology developments happening in Oklahoma. It is hosted by Gary Owen and Steve Paris and they talk with Oklahomans who are at the forefront in developing the state's technology infrastructure. The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology was created in 1987 by the state legislature. The agency’s mission is to diversify and grow Oklahoma’s economy through strategic investment in technology – its development, transfer and commercialization. The agency takes great pride in being recognized as a results-driven, high-performing organization that helps to increase research activity and public/private partnerships leading to high paying jobs, overall economic growth and improving quality of life.
To listen to the OCAST radio interview with Dr. Kim Winton, please click here
and scroll to the Feb 9-10 show (the interview begins at 15:20).