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Attend Research Showcase events

Spotlighting Research Capabilities, Facilities, and Resources

The next K-State Research Showcase is slated for May 16, 2018, at K-State Olathe. The showcase is designed to:

    • Open doors to the breadth of K-State research expertise and resources
    • Show how K-State's research strengths are aligned with area needs and how researchers can help industry solve R&D problems and develop long-term strategies
    • Tell success stories
    • Highlight processes K-State has in place to facilitate collaboration
    • Help attendees and exhibitors meet many possible collaborators in a short period of time
Excellence in Innovation and Economic Engagement Award

K-State faculty are invited to apply for or nominate an individual or a team to receive a $1,000 award for exemplary economic engagement in the categories of talent, innovation, or place or at the intersections of these categories. Applications or nominations require a brief narrative and should be submitted by email to Rebecca Robinson at spexarth@ksu.edu by April 1. Finalists will be asked to present their work as a keynote at the Research Showcase. Read the application and nomination submission guidelines

    • 12:30-2:30 p.m. Set up exhibits; lunch provided
    • 2:30-4:00 p.m. Showcase for exhibitors only
    • 4:00-6:30 p.m. Showcase open to guests; appetizers and drinks available
Register now

Hear faculty from architecture, engineering, psychological sciences, and veterinary medicine explain why they attend the K-State Research Showcase and how working with industry benefits their research programs:

Here's what faculty and industry participants had to say about past events:

More information is coming soon! View a list of Research Showcase exhibitors or view a list of registered companies and groups from the 2017 event. 

More videos from the Research Showcase

Research Showcase video - Greg Aldrich


Research Showcase video - Wayne Carter

Greg Aldrich from Grain Science and Industry (top) talks about how the Research Showcase enables quality networking and helps K-State's Pet Food Program, and Wayne Carter, CEO of Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute (bottom), describes the work that caught his eye at the 2016 event.