Centers and Institutes
Kansas State University ensures its researchers and partners have the tools they need to solve global challenges. The university is home to more than 90 research centers, including the 3,487-hectare Konza Prairie Biological Station and the Biosecurity Research Institute, which focuses on infectious diseases, as well as plant and food-borne pathogens. 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 Biotechnology Core Facility, located in Burt Hall on the Manhattan campus
The Konza Prairie Biological station is located on a 3,487 hectare native tallgrass prairie preserve jointly owned by The Nature Conservancy and Kansas State University.