The country’s first U.S. Department of Homeland Security biological and agricultural defense facility will be built in the heartland — about 400 miles east of Colorado Springs in Manhattan, Kan., on the campus of Kansas State University. The 50-acre complex will include up to 520,000 square feet of a secured bio-safety level, several research laboratories, […]
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