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June 8, 2016

Kansas State University researchers invent, patent new class of lasers

Source: Kansas State University researchers invent, patent new class of lasers | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services MANHATTAN — A new class of lasers developed by a team that included physics researchers at Kansas State University could help scientists measure distances to faraway targets, identify the presence of certain gases in the […]

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May 10, 2016

Opportunity to work with NBAF, Kansas State University scientists lures New York company to Kansas | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services

Source: Opportunity to work with NBAF, Kansas State University scientists lures New York company to Kansas | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services MANHATTAN — City and university officials have announced that Orion Integrated Biosciences, Larchmont, New York, has opened a new office in Manhattan to work more closely with Kansas State University […]

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April 2, 2016

NSF grant to help researcher with work improving manufacture of ultra-thin precision parts | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services

Source: NSF grant to help researcher with work improving manufacture of ultra-thin precision parts | Kansas State University | News and Communications Services MANHATTAN — A grant from the National Science Foundation will help a Kansas State University engineer develop better ways to machine ultra-thin precision parts, which are micro-sized components for high-performance products. Shuting […]

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November 14, 2012

AMI Awarded for Economic Development

Advanced Manufacturing Institute receives Economic Development Award of Excellence. A program developed and led by Kansas State University’s Advanced Manufacturing Institute that helps rural companies and communities compete in the marketplace is being recognized for excellence and as a national example.   Innovate Kansas is an economic development project developed by the Advanced Manufacturing Institute. […]

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October 22, 2012

UEDA Annual Summit

Brad Kramer will be presenting today at the UEDA Annual Summit in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We are proud to get to share some of the concepts we are developing in Kansas with other EDA university centers from all around the nation. Monday 9:22 U of Tennessee president Dr. Joe DiPietro wraps up presentation about activities on […]

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September 18, 2012

Project 17 Awarded Rural Business Grant

Today the USDA Rural Development announced that it will fund the economic development project in Southeast Kansas known as Project 17. We are honored to receive this funding and look forward to working regionally towards the common goal of economic prosperity. We are pleased to see federal programs that work to promote and support local […]

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August 24, 2012

Finalist in the Top #3

Innovate Kansas has been selected as one of three finalists in a national academic awards competition. Check out the full story here!

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September 28, 2011

Innovation Models from Kansas & Maine

Erik Pages at the EntreWorks Consulting recently posted a brief write up about Innovate Kansas. You can read the complete post by clicking on the link below.   Article: Regional Innovation Models from Kansas and Maine.

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September 27, 2011

NADO Reports on Innovate Kansas

The NADO Research Foundation released two new reports that highlight the efforts of work being done through Innovate Kansas. The story of Innovate Kansas is presented in two parts, a case study overview and more detailed description of steps performed and visualizations created to better understand regional economic development. These reports were produced in partnership […]

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September 21, 2011

Awarded USDA Grant

AMI along with the  Harvey County Economic Development Council and Wichita Technology Corporation was awarded the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development regional collaboration grant.USDA Rural Development funds will be used to investigate and evaluate market desirability, business viability and technical feasibility of establishing an innovation accelerator. To read the complete press release, visit: Accelerating Growth: […]

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