TULSA — For a first-time visitor, the eight spools of black ribbon hanging on racks inside a glass-enclosed cabinet at Tulsa's Infinite Composites
Aside from state-of-the art laboratories, a clean room for device fabrication and advanced testing equipment, the 123,000-square-foot facility prov
For Infinite Composites Technologies (ICT), Tulsa, Okla., it all began as students at Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Stillwater, Okla. In 2008,
The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) has awarded a nearly $300,000 grant to Ranji Vaidyanathan, Ph.D., Varnado
Infinite Composites Technologies (ICT) of Tulsa, Oklahoma, designs, develops and manufactures advanced compressed natural gas (CNG) storage systems
Nathan Thompson of Fox23 covers founder Michael Tate at the Helmerich Advanced Technology Research Center at OSU-Tulsa, showing how the facility he
ICT and Oklahoma State Tulsa, sign a facility use agreement.
Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and Infinite Composites Technol
Innovators and Entrepreneurs Magazine, an Oklahoma publication covered Infinite Composites Technologies to spread the news about it's name change f
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