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Centers and Institutes

Kansas State University ensures our researchers and partners have the tools they need to solve global challenges. The university is home to more than 90 research centers, from the 3,487-hectare Konza tallgrass prairie to the Biosecurity Research Institute's focus on food safety. Explore our wide array of research facilities at all three Kansas State University campuses and our work across the state of Kansas through K-State Research and Extension

The K-State Research Resources Database is in development. The goal of the database is to allow internal and external users to access information on K-State’s research resources, including instrumentation, equipment, and facilities. Have questions or feedback? Send it to orsp@ksu.edu with "Research Resources Database" in the subject line. 

Regional affiliations

Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute

The Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute strives to advance the life sciences in the KC region through research, commercialization and workforce development.

Animal Health Corridor

The Corridor, anchored by Manhattan, Kansas, and Columbia, Missouri, is home to more than 300 animal health companies, representing the largest concentration in the world. 

Centers and Institutes at K-State

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