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State agency OCAST, strategic partners build more diverse Oklahoma economy

April 21, 2018View for printing

The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) was created by the state Legislature during the depth of the oil bust in 1987. OCAST was established to diversify and grow Oklahoma's economy through science and technology-based activities that would ensure that the state would not depend on any one industry sector.

By Jim Stafford For The Oklahoman
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