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NSF Establishes First Industry/University Research Center For Wheat

August 19, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
The first National Science Foundation-established research center for a crop plant will be set up at Kansas State University, the school announced. KSU will be the lead institution for an Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on wheat, focusing on improving food production and disease resistance. It will also be a training hub for graduate students and young researchers. The NSF has established 61 cooperative research centers, mostly devoted to engineering and electronics. Colorado State University will share wheat research responsibilities with KSU.
"University to lead world's first NSF-established research center for wheat; first such center for crop plants", News release, Kansas State University, August 19, 2013, © Kansas State University
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