Animal, human health research in Kansas get $4.4M boost

01/28/2010 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

The Kansas Bioscience Authority on Tuesday announced plans to put $4.4 million into animal and human health as well as bioenergy to boost the state's economic growth. The program includes a $500,000 investment in research focused on developing vaccines against a viral disease that threatens swine production in the state.

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