'Omics Research to Play Role in Kansas' Planned $800M Bio-Med Thrust | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Kansas is planning a large-scale overhaul of its biomedical sector that would make the region “competitive with the nation’s finest regional life sciences networks,” a University of Kansas official said in a statement to be released tomorrow.

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