Kansas Industries

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Learn about vital Kansas industries such as aviation, agriculture, biotech, and oil and gas.

Kansas Bioscience Authority

The Kansas Bioscience Authority (KBA) invests in the bioscience sectors in which Kansas has established leadership and expertise: Animal Health, Human Health, Bioenergy, Biomaterials and Plant Biology. KBS investments are designed to make Kansas the most desirable state for bioscience research, development and commercialization, creating high-paying jobs, fostering economic growth and advancing scientific knowledge that improves quality of life for Kansans and others around the world.

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Kansas Department of Agriculture

The Kansas Department of Agriculture is committed to food safety, consumer protection, natural resource protection and water resource management for the benefit of all Kansans.

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Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association

The Kansas Independent Oil & Gas Association (KIOGA) is a statewide organization associated with more than 1,400 members who are actively involved in the exploration, development, and production of crude oil and natural gas in Kansas and elsewhere. KIOGA is their advocate before the Kansas Legislature, U.S. Congress, state and federal administrations, and the general public.

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National Center for Aviation Training

The National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT) is a world-class training facility provides students the opportunity to receive hands-on, real-world training in the areas of general aviation manufacturing and aircraft and power plant mechanics.

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National Institute for Aviation Research

Based at Wichita State University, the National Institute for Aviation Research (NAIR) is the largest university aviation research and development institution in the U.S. conducts research, transfers technology and enhances education for the purpose of advancing the nation’s aviation industry, and to assist non-aviation industries that may benefit from aviation-related technologies.

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