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BioDevelopment Associates

United StatesBioDevelopment Associates provides preclinical planning, model selection, study design, and histology services.

BE Smith

8801 Renner Ave Lenexa, KS 66219B. E. Smith has recently placed more than 900 leaders into healthcare organizations worldwide, making it the industry's top ranked full-service healthcare leadership solutions firms.

BE Smith

Lenexa, KS United StatesB. E. Smith has recently placed more than 900 leaders into healthcare organizations worldwide, making it the industry's top ranked full-service healthcare leadership solutions firms.

Beckloff Associates

Commerce Plaza II, Suite 300 7400 West 110th Street Overland Park, KS 66210Beckloff Associates provides drug development planning, regulatory strategies, and CMC services.

Beckloff Associates

Overland Park, KS United StatesBeckloff Associates provides drug development planning, regulatory strategies, and CMC services.

Beroe

United StatesNamed for a Greek goddess with the gift of prophecy, Beroe acts as a strategic global partner, providing businesses with critical decision-making support. Beroe acts as an extension of your procurement office, offering deep expertise and comprehensive resources within our primary industries. This allows us to provide robust, predictive, real time intelligence and insights. Our primary industries of expertise are Healthcare, Food, Beverage, Tobacco, Personal Products, Chemicals, Materials, Mining, Oil & Gas, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance and Technology.

Biomedical Devices of Kansas (BMDK)

1205 E US 24-40 Highway Tonganoxie, KS 66086 USABMDK offers medical device design, rapid prototyping, contract manufacture, testing, embedded application development, engineering design, refurbishing and repair.

Clinical Reference Lab

8433 Quivira Road Lenexa, Kansas 66215 USAClinical Reference Laboratories provides flow cytometry, DNA and RNA extraction, immunoassay, array, and gene expression profiling services.

Clinical Reference Lab

Lenexa, KS United StatesClinical Reference Laboratories provides flow cytometry, DNA and RNA extraction, immunoassay, array, and gene expression profiling services.

Clara Biotech Inc.

2029 Becker Drive Lawrence, KS, 66047 United StatesWe can isolate pure, in-tact, and viable exosomes from any biofluid. Our platform can isolate any exosome subtype, is scalable, and can accommodate nearly any volume of input. Alternative isolation methods are time-consuming, skill-intensive, and result in noisy, heterogeneous outputs. Clara Biotech solves these problems and enables tomorrow’s medical breakthroughs today with our patented technology which physically detaches exosomes from the affinity bead complex without compromising viability or structural integrity in a non-chemical release process, preventing contamination from junk RNA, DNA, or proteins resulting in truly pure and functional exosomes. The ExoRelease™ platform offers a uniquely pure, novel, high specificity solution with high yield and quality. Stop waiting on the centrifuge. Send us your samples and we'll get them back to you quickly. Our services are tailored uniquely to each individual's needs and budget.

CHRISKEV

7111 W. 151st Street, Suite 353 Overland Park, KS 66223 USACHRISKEV is a distributor of high quality monomers to those formulating or producing high performance polymers.

CIBOR

9229 East 37th Street North, Suite 200 Wichita, KS 67226 USACIBOR researches and develops the potential of composite materials for use in bioscience and medical applications.

CIBOR

Wichita, KS United StatesCIBOR researches and develops the potential of composite materials for use in bioscience and medical applications.

CritiTech Particle Engineering Solutions

1849 E. 1450 Rd. Lawrence, KS, 66044 United StatesCritiTech Particle Engineering Solutions (CT PES) is an established, growing, pharmaceutical Contract Research Organization (CRO) and Contract Development Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) with extensive experience and expertise in particle engineering, material characterization, analytical testing, early stage drug development, pre-clinical and clinical manufacturing. The company utilizes Spray Drying and Supercritical Precipitation to help its customers develop their drugs. CT PES provides its drug development and manufacturing services from proof-of-concept through Phase II cGMP production. It has produced cGMP materials related to four drugs that are currently being tested in a total of six clinical trials. Clients range from three “Top 15” pharmaceutical companies to pharmaceutical and biotechnology start-ups. • Experts in solubility and bioavailability enhancement • Proven track record – developed and produced multiple drugs for numerous Phase II trials • Rapid project turnaround times • Highly skilled, professional, and experienced technical staff • In-house QA/QC unit • Unwavering commitment to complete customer satisfaction

Commissioning Agents

United StatesCommissioning Agents offers services for pharmaceutical, biotech, medical devices,building commissioning, energy services, manufacturing and IT.

Ernest-Spencer

3323 East 82nd Street Post Office Box 550 Meriden, KS 66512The Ernest-Spencer Companies have developed a highly respected reputation within our industry because we continue to make customer satisfaction our first priority, just as Ed Ernest did four generations ago. As a result, we have expanded our facilities, purchased the latest in manufacturing technology, and beefed up our staff to accomodate the growing needs of our customers. We regard our customers as "partners" and by helping them succeed we also hope to grow and prosper.

Great Plains Laboratory

The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc. 11813 W. 77th St. Lenexa, KS 66214 USA

George King Bio-Medical

11771 West 112th Street Overland Park, KS 66210-4192 USAGeorge King Bio-Medical provides specialty plasma and factor deficient plasma in support of diagnostic coagulation and thrombosis services.

George King Bio-Medical

Overland Park, KS United StatesGeorge King Bio-Medical provides specialty plasma and factor deficient plasma in support of diagnostic coagulation and thrombosis services.

George King Bio-Medical

George King Bio-Medical, Inc 11771 W 112th Street Overland Park, KS, 66210 United StatesGeorge King Bio-Medical provides specialty plasma and factor deficient plasma in support of diagnostic coagulation and thrombosis services.

HaleChem

United StatesHalechem is a Pennsylvania chemical and ingredients supplier to all industries and offers consumer sales for select products. We supply materials with an emphasis on domestic sourcing wherever possible, and maintain competitive pricing. Whether you’re a hospital, research facility, industrial manufacturer, or commercial user, we’d love to help. Our products can be purchased individually or in bulk. We have been in business since 2008 and continue to grow.

Heartland Research Associates

1601 State Street, Augusta, KS USAHeartland Research Associates (HRA) offers clinical research services including trial management and patient recruitment.

Heartland Research Associates

700 Medical Center Drive Suite 210, Newton, KS USAHeartland Research Associates (HRA) offers clinical research services including trial management and patient recruitment.

Heartland Research Associates

3730 N. Ridge Rd. Suite 600, Wichita, KS USAHeartland Research Associates (HRA) offers clinical research services including trial management and patient recruitment.

Heartland Research Associates

1709 S. Rock Road, Wichita, KS USAHeartland Research Associates (HRA) offers clinical research services including trial management and patient recruitment.

Heartland Research Associates

Wichita, KS United StatesHeartland Research Associates (HRA) offers clinical research services including trial management and patient recruitment.

Harcros Chemicals

5200 Speaker Road, Kansas City, Kansas 66106 USAHarcros Chemicals is a major distributor and manufacturer of industrial and specialty chemicals.

Hennessy Research

12700 Johnson Drive Shawnee, KS 66216 USAHennessy Research is dedicated to providing competent scientific expertise toward developing safe, effective and profitable products for the animal health industry.

Hitt Medical Writing

United States

InVitria

2718 Industrial Drive Junction City, KS 66441InVitria offers cell culture media and media optimization services.

Johnson County Clin-Trials

16300 College Blvd. Lenexa, KS 66219 USAJohnson County Clin-Trials provides clinical trials for all phases of pharmaceutical research.

Johnson County Clin-Trials

Lenexa, KS United StatesJohnson County Clin-Trials provides clinical trials for all phases of pharmaceutical research.

Kansas State University Grain Science and Industry

201 Shellenberger Hall Manhattan, KS 66506A center for Biobased Polymers by Design (CBPD) was created at Kansas State University in January 2007 to stimulate interdisciplinary research efforts. Environmental issues and reliance on fossil feedstocks are driving forces to find alternative ways to secure sustainable world development. A huge market for polymers for various applications exists, which relies on petroleum feedstocks. Biocarbon from renewables has shown great potential, either partially in the near future, or completely in a long term, for replacing current fossil polymers. The mission of this center is to research and develop biobased polymers that are durable, affordable, scientifically challenging, and environmentally friendly. The Research Goal is to design biobased polymers from monomer to polymer levels for potential applications in adhesives, resins, and composites, and to facilitate discovery, reaction pathways, mechanism, modification, theory, and characterization of bio-based polymers at both nano and macro scales. The Educational Goal is to provide an interdisciplinary environment for students who have interests in pursuing a degree at the graduate level in biopolymers, biobased materials, or the biofuels area; to educate the next generation scientists by integrating graduate research into undergraduate programs and K-12 education.

Kansas State University Grain Science and Industry

Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesA center for Biobased Polymers by Design (CBPD) was created at Kansas State University in January 2007 to stimulate interdisciplinary research efforts. Environmental issues and reliance on fossil feedstocks are driving forces to find alternative ways to secure sustainable world development. A huge market for polymers for various applications exists, which relies on petroleum feedstocks. Biocarbon from renewables has shown great potential, either partially in the near future, or completely in a long term, for replacing current fossil polymers. The mission of this center is to research and develop biobased polymers that are durable, affordable, scientifically challenging, and environmentally friendly. The Research Goal is to design biobased polymers from monomer to polymer levels for potential applications in adhesives, resins, and composites, and to facilitate discovery, reaction pathways, mechanism, modification, theory, and characterization of bio-based polymers at both nano and macro scales. The Educational Goal is to provide an interdisciplinary environment for students who have interests in pursuing a degree at the graduate level in biopolymers, biobased materials, or the biofuels area; to educate the next generation scientists by integrating graduate research into undergraduate programs and K-12 education.

Kansas State University Sensory Analysis Center

1310 Research Park Dr. Manhattan, KS 66502The Sensory Analysis Center is an internationally recognized research institute skilled in consulting, project management, method development, educational sensory and consumer research. What we do As a Sensory and Consumer Research Provider For nearly 30 years, The Sensory Analysis Center has provided confidential, effective solutions for more than 100 domestic and international companies. We have experience evaluating: foods, beverages, cosmetics, fabrics, packaging, paints, health care, personal care products and fragrances as well as the flexibility of a wide range of methodologies. Our professional staff are experienced in project management and offer industry insights to your projects. Combined with our highly trained descriptive panelists averaging more than 1,000 hours of project experience our staff provide the top quality sensory testing customized to your needs. As a consulting center, our mission continues to be providing quality, timely insights to our clients. Please learn more about our role as a consulting center on our services page.

Kansas State University Sensory Analysis Center

1310 Research Park Drive Manhattan, KS, 66502 United StatesThe Sensory Analysis Center is an internationally recognized research institute skilled in consulting, project management, method development, educational sensory and consumer research. What we do As a Sensory and Consumer Research Provider For nearly 30 years, The Sensory Analysis Center has provided confidential, effective solutions for more than 100 domestic and international companies. We have experience evaluating: foods, beverages, cosmetics, fabrics, packaging, paints, health care, personal care products and fragrances as well as the flexibility of a wide range of methodologies. Our professional staff are experienced in project management and offer industry insights to your projects. Combined with our highly trained descriptive panelists averaging more than 1,000 hours of project experience our staff provide the top quality sensory testing customized to your needs. As a consulting center, our mission continues to be providing quality, timely insights to our clients. Please learn more about our role as a consulting center on our services page.

Kansas State University Microscopy Facility

Ackert Hall 1717 Claflin Rd. Manhattan,KS 66506We welcome researchers from all of the Kansas State University Colleges, other academic institutions, and industry. This is a fee for services facility housed in the basement of Ackert Hall in the Division of Biology. This facility is happy to support and offer specimen preparation services including negative staining, plunge freezing, chemical fixation, freeze-substitution, immuno-labeling, resin sectioning, and others. In addition, imaging services include conventional transmission electron microscopy (TEM), light microscopy (phase contrast, differential interference, bright field, dark field), fluorescence microscopy, laser scanning confocal microscopy (LSM),fluorescence recovery after photo-bleaching (FRAP), Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET), cryo-electron microscopy, and electron diffraction. Individual or small group training and familiarization with equipment, microscopes, and techniques associated with electron, confocal, fluorescence, and light microscopies are available. Biol 888 electron microscopy class is offered during the Fall Semester of even numbered years. Biol 886 light, fluorescence, and confocal microscopy class is offered during the Fall semesters of odd numbered years.

Kansas State University Microscopy Facility

1717 Claflin Road Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesWe welcome researchers from all of the Kansas State University Colleges, other academic institutions, and industry. This is a fee for services facility housed in the basement of Ackert Hall in the Division of Biology. This facility is happy to support and offer specimen preparation services including negative staining, plunge freezing, chemical fixation, freeze-substitution, immuno-labeling, resin sectioning, and others. In addition, imaging services include conventional transmission electron microscopy (TEM), light microscopy (phase contrast, differential interference, bright field, dark field), fluorescence microscopy, laser scanning confocal microscopy (LSM),fluorescence recovery after photo-bleaching (FRAP), Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET), cryo-electron microscopy, and electron diffraction. Individual or small group training and familiarization with equipment, microscopes, and techniques associated with electron, confocal, fluorescence, and light microscopies are available. Biol 888 electron microscopy class is offered during the Fall Semester of even numbered years. Biol 886 light, fluorescence, and confocal microscopy class is offered during the Fall semesters of odd numbered years.

Kansas State University FGC Biotechnology Proteomics Core

Kansas, US The Biotechnology Core Facility at Kansas State University was established in 1993 to provide a number of centralized services to plant and animal researchers at K-State and elsewhere. The goods and services provided by the facility give researchers the tools they need to identify new proteins, protein modifications, protein-protein interactions and enzyme substrates. The lab is located in space provided by the Department of Biochemistry and the facility is supported in part by fees for service and the K-State College of Arts and Sciences, The Vice President for Research and the Provost (Targeted Excellence Award). The laboratory functions in three distinct ways: synthesis, separations and bioanalysis. The lab synthesizes peptides, peptide libraries, chromophores, fluorophores and other organic molecules. It also serves as a broker for ordering oligonucleotides. Separations are performed using various chromatographic techniques and by mass spectrometry. Bioanalysis is performed to assess purity, size, composition and sequences of peptides, proteins and carbohydrates. Our services include: DNA/RNA Oligonucleotide Synthesis Peptide/Protein Synthesis Peptide/Protein Sequencing Proteomics Mass Spectrometry Surface Plasmon Resonance

Kansas State University FGC Biotechnology Proteomics Core

KS United States The Biotechnology Core Facility at Kansas State University was established in 1993 to provide a number of centralized services to plant and animal researchers at K-State and elsewhere. The goods and services provided by the facility give researchers the tools they need to identify new proteins, protein modifications, protein-protein interactions and enzyme substrates. The lab is located in space provided by the Department of Biochemistry and the facility is supported in part by fees for service and the K-State College of Arts and Sciences, The Vice President for Research and the Provost (Targeted Excellence Award). The laboratory functions in three distinct ways: synthesis, separations and bioanalysis. The lab synthesizes peptides, peptide libraries, chromophores, fluorophores and other organic molecules. It also serves as a broker for ordering oligonucleotides. Separations are performed using various chromatographic techniques and by mass spectrometry. Bioanalysis is performed to assess purity, size, composition and sequences of peptides, proteins and carbohydrates. Our services include: DNA/RNA Oligonucleotide Synthesis Peptide/Protein Synthesis Peptide/Protein Sequencing Proteomics Mass Spectrometry Surface Plasmon Resonance

Kansas State University CoVM Midwest Institute for Comparative Stem Cell Biology

Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66506Integrating education and commercialization with research on umbilical cord and related stem cells in humans and with research on umbilical cord stem cell and other stem cell sources in agricultural companion and competitive animals.

Kansas State University CoVM Midwest Institute for Comparative Stem Cell Biology

Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesIntegrating education and commercialization with research on umbilical cord and related stem cells in humans and with research on umbilical cord stem cell and other stem cell sources in agricultural companion and competitive animals.

Kansas State University Department of Agriculture - Kansas Foundation Seed Project

2004 Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center 1712 Claflin Rd. Manhattan, KS 66506-0110The Kansas Foundation Seed Project has the responsibility for providingKansas Hybrid Association established in 1945 was the first structured foundation seed organization in Kansas with the main purpose of increasing and maintaining parent lines of corn hybrids. In 1954, Kansas Hybrid Association turned over their assets to the Kansas State University which now oversees the project. The goal of the Kansas Foundation Seed Project is to get maximum production of outstanding varieties and to make this seed available to seed growers. The policy is set so seed is given first to growers with most experience. the Kansas seed industry with foundation seed of public varieties. The varieties involved include those originated by the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station and may include varieties developed by other state experiment stations. The crops handled in the project include wheat, soybeans, spring oats, winter barley and alfalfa. The Kansas Foundation Seed Project retail seed sales are limited to seed of the foundation class. The Kansas Foundation Seed Project also provides contract seed production and genetic purification for the private sector. Custom production can range in size from a fraction of an acre on up. Seed can be conditioned, treated and bagged to meet the customers need.

Kansas State University Plant Ecophys Lab

116 Ackert Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-4901 USAOur research focuses on the physiological responses of plants to environmental variability and resource availability. Defining these relationships contributes to a greater understanding of ecosystem processes and responses to our changing climate. We use experimental and observational studies to examine plant physiological and growth responses to water availability and changes in temperature. Typically, these questions require gas exchange measurements, sensor networks, flux towers, stable isotopic analyses, and the development of statistical and process-based models. Historically, most of our work has focused on processes in grasslands, savannas, and tree-grass interactions.

Kansas State University Plant Ecophys Lab

116 Ackert Hall Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesOur research focuses on the physiological responses of plants to environmental variability and resource availability. Defining these relationships contributes to a greater understanding of ecosystem processes and responses to our changing climate. We use experimental and observational studies to examine plant physiological and growth responses to water availability and changes in temperature. Typically, these questions require gas exchange measurements, sensor networks, flux towers, stable isotopic analyses, and the development of statistical and process-based models. Historically, most of our work has focused on processes in grasslands, savannas, and tree-grass interactions.

Kansas State University CoVM Molecular Biology Core

123 Coles Hall Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66506The Molecular Biology Core was established in 2002 upon an alignment of expertise, need, vision, altruism, and funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH-P20-RR017686), the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), and Kansas State University (KSU). The Core provides expertise, training and access to equipment for nucleotide and protein analysis. The Molecular Biology Core serves faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and staff of Kansas State University. The Core is currently funded by CVM-KSU. Users are not charged fees for training and use of the Core but are expected to acknowledge in all publications: Molecular Biology Core supported by CVM-KSU.

Kansas State University CoVM Molecular Biology Core

1620 Denison Avenue Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesThe Molecular Biology Core was established in 2002 upon an alignment of expertise, need, vision, altruism, and funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH-P20-RR017686), the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), and Kansas State University (KSU). The Core provides expertise, training and access to equipment for nucleotide and protein analysis. The Molecular Biology Core serves faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and staff of Kansas State University. The Core is currently funded by CVM-KSU. Users are not charged fees for training and use of the Core but are expected to acknowledge in all publications: Molecular Biology Core supported by CVM-KSU.

Kansas State University Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

205 Leasure Hall Manhattan, KS 66506-3501

Kansas State University Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Manhattan, KS, 66506 United States

Kansas State University Center for Hazardous Substance Research

104 Ward Hall Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66506The Center for Hazardous Substance Research (CHSR) was established in 1989 and is part of the College of Engineering at Kansas State University (link is external). The purpose of the center is to conduct research, education, and service pertaining to environmental topics, where a reputable, neutral organization is needed to develop technically sound, consensus-based solutions for diverse groups of stakeholders. Topics of research and other activities include sustainability; environmental assessments and remediation; technical assistance to communities, defense agencies and other organizations; and international programs. Environmental assessment work involves proposed nonlethal defense technologies, and software tools for environmental decision making. Remediation research has focused on contaminated soil and water from agriculture, forestry, mining, and mineral processing, and other industrial activities. Service activities include providing free technical assistance to citizens and other stakeholders who are providing input on cleanup and re-use of EPA Superfund, Brownfield, tribal and other types of sites.

Kansas Eye Bank

404 South Edgemoor Street Suite 310 Wichita, KS, 67218 United StatesKansas Eye Bank & Cornea Research Center, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of sight through cornea transplantation and research. We are FDA registered and an accrfedited member of the Eye Bank Association of America.

Kansas State University Bioinformatics Center

Manhattan, Kansas 66506Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary research area that relies on computational and statistical methods to solve biological problems. With the advancement of high throughput technologies, biological experiments now generate huge amount of data, ranging from genomic sequences to gene expression profiles and to protein structures. Obviously, it is no longer efficient to analyze the data from a genomics experiment with paper and pencil, or even spreadsheet. Instead, sophisticated database systems and data mining tools are required to manage and analyze the data. The Bioinformatics Center at the Kansas State University was established in 2001 under the direction of Dr. Susan J. Brown. The primary goal of the center is to provide state-of-the-art bioinformatics support to biological researchers at KSU. It also serves as an active site for bioinformatics research and development in the state of Kansas. The KSU Bioinformatics Center is funded by the NIH through the Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (K-INBRE). The K-INBRE Bioinformatics Core was established to promote the use of bioinformatics in biomedical research. It provides bioinformatics support and educational programs to K-INBRE participants.

Kansas State University Bioinformatics Center

Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesBioinformatics is an interdisciplinary research area that relies on computational and statistical methods to solve biological problems. With the advancement of high throughput technologies, biological experiments now generate huge amount of data, ranging from genomic sequences to gene expression profiles and to protein structures. Obviously, it is no longer efficient to analyze the data from a genomics experiment with paper and pencil, or even spreadsheet. Instead, sophisticated database systems and data mining tools are required to manage and analyze the data. The Bioinformatics Center at the Kansas State University was established in 2001 under the direction of Dr. Susan J. Brown. The primary goal of the center is to provide state-of-the-art bioinformatics support to biological researchers at KSU. It also serves as an active site for bioinformatics research and development in the state of Kansas. The KSU Bioinformatics Center is funded by the NIH through the Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (K-INBRE). The K-INBRE Bioinformatics Core was established to promote the use of bioinformatics in biomedical research. It provides bioinformatics support and educational programs to K-INBRE participants.

Kansas State Univ. Integrated Genomics

4722 Throckmorton, Manhattan, KS 66506 USAKansas State University Integrated Genomics Facility provides high throughput screening, DNA and RNA quality control, microarray, and sequencing services.

Kansas State Univ. Integrated Genomics

Manhattan, KS United StatesKansas State University Integrated Genomics Facility provides high throughput screening, DNA and RNA quality control, microarray, and sequencing services.

Kansas State University Herbarium

Ackert Hall Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66506-4901The Kansas State University Herbarium is a research natural history museum of dried plant specimens numbering approximately 200,000. The collection has a regional focus on the Great Plains of central North America, and is particularly significant for its historical holdings from the late 1800s. The mission of the Kansas State University Herbarium is to: document plant diversity over space and time, and preserve specimen resources into the future; facilitate basic and applied collections-based research (taxonomic, floristic and other); enhance teaching of plant systematics; serve as a source of plant taxonomic information to applied workers and the general public. The Herbarium has a focus on the flora of the central Great Plains, and use of the research facility to advance our understanding of regional biodiversity is encouraged.

Kansas State University Integrated Genomics Facility

4716 Throckmorton Plant Sciences Center Department of Plant Pathology Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66506The Integrated Genomics Facility was established on the basis of K-State Gene Expression Facility. Our mission is to provide services and technologies for ultra high-throughput sequencing and gene expression analysis. Workshops in these technologies are an important part of facility operations.

Kansas State University Nanotechnology Innovation Center of Kansas State (NICKS)

1800 Denison Avenue P200 Mosier Hall Manhattan, KS 66506-5802The Nanotechnology Innovation Center of Kansas State (NICKS) housed within the College of Veterinary Medicine has been founded to allow Kansas State University to take a leadership position in cutting-edge interdisciplinary research that would foster major advances in the broad field of nanotechnology. This Center will build upon the existing strengths of KSU faculty and leverage them to produce new applications for nanotechnology by building self-sustaining research and graduate training programs. The NICKS Center will not only engage faculty but will promote the commercialization of their research in their respective areas. The Center is equipped with state of the art equipment used in characterization, localization and assessing toxicity of nanomaterials. This Center will also serve as a regional resource for companies actively engaged in nanotechnology projects, industrial sponsors, defense contractors, academic researchers from other universities, and entrepreneurs to pursue innovative ideas that could potentially lead to commercialization.

Kansas State University Nanotechnology Innovation Center of Kansas State (NICKS)

1800 Denison Avenue Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesThe Nanotechnology Innovation Center of Kansas State (NICKS) housed within the College of Veterinary Medicine has been founded to allow Kansas State University to take a leadership position in cutting-edge interdisciplinary research that would foster major advances in the broad field of nanotechnology. This Center will build upon the existing strengths of KSU faculty and leverage them to produce new applications for nanotechnology by building self-sustaining research and graduate training programs. The NICKS Center will not only engage faculty but will promote the commercialization of their research in their respective areas. The Center is equipped with state of the art equipment used in characterization, localization and assessing toxicity of nanomaterials. This Center will also serve as a regional resource for companies actively engaged in nanotechnology projects, industrial sponsors, defense contractors, academic researchers from other universities, and entrepreneurs to pursue innovative ideas that could potentially lead to commercialization.

Kansas State University - Institute of Computational Comparative Medicine

P200 Mosier Hall Manhattan, KS 66506

KALO

13200 Metcalf Avenue Overland Park, KS, 66213 United StatesFor nearly eight decades, KALO has used the science of common sense to advance agriculture and turf management. We pioneered legume inoculants. We introduced the first widely used tank mix spreader-activator. We were an early developer of water management products for highly maintained turf and a significant supplier of box seed treatments for soybeans. We take our tradition of excellence seriously. Every day, we help turf managers and growers do their jobs more easily, more profitably and with great respect for the environment. From our acquisition in 1968 by Marion Laboratories to our purchase in 1973 of Colloidal Products Corporation to our emergence in 1981 as an independent company, our way of developing reliable products rooted in world-class science has won us legions of loyal customers. Today, our high-quality line of products includes Regulaid® Spreader-Activator, Spray Start® blend of AMS, Tournament-Ready® Soil Surfactant, Hydro-Wet® Soil and Turf Wetting Agent, Dri® Nonionic Surfactant, Tronic® Crop Oil/MSO Replacement, Empiric® and Mainstay® Low Rate Nonionic Surfactants, Fraction® Ammonium Sulfate Replacement, as well as drift suppressant, deposition and antifoam agents and a vast portfolio of private label products for top companies nationwide. Thanks for visiting KALO. Please contact us today to find out how we might put the science of common sense to work for you.

Kansas State University Konza Prairie Biological Station

116 Ackert Hall Manhattan, KS 66506-­0112Konza Prairie Biological Station (KPBS) is located on a 3,487 hectare native tallgrass prairie preserve jointly owned by The Nature Conservancy and Kansas State University. The KPBS is located in the Flint Hills of northeastern Kansas (39°05’ N, 96°35’ W), a grassland region of steep-slopes overlain by shallow limestone soils unsuitable for cultivation. The Flint Hills region encompasses over 1.6 million hectares extending throughout much of eastern Kansas from near the Kansas-Nebraska border south into northeastern Oklahoma, and contains the largest remaining area of unplowed tallgrass prairie in North America. Hence, the vast majority of Konza Prairie, and the surrounding landscape, has not been plowed and retains its native characteristics. KPBS is operated as a field research station by the KSU Division of Biology. The station is dedicated to a three-fold mission of long-term ecological research, education, and prairie conservation. It is a unique outdoor laboratory that provides opportunities for the study of tallgrass prairie ecosystems and for basic biological research on a wide range of taxa and processes. The station is open to scientists and students from throughout the world. Since its inception in 1971, scientists conducting studies at KPBS have published over 1,580 scientific papers, over 250 graduate students have received their Masters and/or Ph.D. based on KPBS research, and research currently being conducted at KPBS is supported by more than $28 million dollars in active research grants from federal, state and private sources.

Kansas State University Konza Prairie Biological Station

116 Ackert Hall Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesKonza Prairie Biological Station (KPBS) is located on a 3,487 hectare native tallgrass prairie preserve jointly owned by The Nature Conservancy and Kansas State University. The KPBS is located in the Flint Hills of northeastern Kansas (39°05’ N, 96°35’ W), a grassland region of steep-slopes overlain by shallow limestone soils unsuitable for cultivation. The Flint Hills region encompasses over 1.6 million hectares extending throughout much of eastern Kansas from near the Kansas-Nebraska border south into northeastern Oklahoma, and contains the largest remaining area of unplowed tallgrass prairie in North America. Hence, the vast majority of Konza Prairie, and the surrounding landscape, has not been plowed and retains its native characteristics. KPBS is operated as a field research station by the KSU Division of Biology. The station is dedicated to a three-fold mission of long-term ecological research, education, and prairie conservation. It is a unique outdoor laboratory that provides opportunities for the study of tallgrass prairie ecosystems and for basic biological research on a wide range of taxa and processes. The station is open to scientists and students from throughout the world. Since its inception in 1971, scientists conducting studies at KPBS have published over 1,580 scientific papers, over 250 graduate students have received their Masters and/or Ph.D. based on KPBS research, and research currently being conducted at KPBS is supported by more than $28 million dollars in active research grants from federal, state and private sources.

Kansas State University Kansas Lipidomics Research Center

Division of Biology Ackert Hall Manhattan, KS 66506Kansas lipid researchers have established the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center (KLRC) at Kansas State University with funding from Kansas NSF EPSCoR and KTEC. The Center's Analytical Laboratory opened in 2003. The Center is currently directed by Ruth Welti. Lipidomics is the branch of metabolomics in which non-water-soluble metabolites are studied. Metabolomics or metabolic profiling is an emerging, comprehensive research strategy to study the functions and levels of metabolites in relation to the function of genes and their proteins. The mission of the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center is threefold: The Analytical Laboratory provides comprehensive, quantitative profiling of lipid molecular species with high sample throughput using mass spectrometric technologies. The Technology Development Component works to expand lipid profiling and other metabolomic capabilities. The Scientific Research Component promotes collaborative research among lipid scientists and provide training opportunities for postdoctoral, graduate, and undergraduate students.

Kansas State University Kansas Lipidomics Research Center

116 Ackert Hall Manhattan, KS, 66506 United StatesKansas lipid researchers have established the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center (KLRC) at Kansas State University with funding from Kansas NSF EPSCoR and KTEC. The Center's Analytical Laboratory opened in 2003. The Center is currently directed by Ruth Welti. Lipidomics is the branch of metabolomics in which non-water-soluble metabolites are studied. Metabolomics or metabolic profiling is an emerging, comprehensive research strategy to study the functions and levels of metabolites in relation to the function of genes and their proteins. The mission of the Kansas Lipidomics Research Center is threefold: The Analytical Laboratory provides comprehensive, quantitative profiling of lipid molecular species with high sample throughput using mass spectrometric technologies. The Technology Development Component works to expand lipid profiling and other metabolomic capabilities. The Scientific Research Component promotes collaborative research among lipid scientists and provide training opportunities for postdoctoral, graduate, and undergraduate students.

KCAS

12400 Shawnee Mission Parkway Shawnee, KS, 66216 United StatesKCAS is a progressive growing contract research organization of well over 100 talented and dedicated individuals committed to serving our clients and improving health worldwide. Our experienced scientists provide stand-alone bioanalytical services to the Pharmaceutical, Biopharmaceutical, Animal Health and Medical Device industries. KCAS’ expert scientific management has a combined 135+ years of bioanalytical testing and laboratory expertise. Our depth and breadth of experience comes from more than 4,600 proprietary and more than 900 non-proprietary assays developed to date.

Lee Research Institute

7908 Quivira Road Lenexa, KS 66215 USALee Research Institute provides patient enrollment and clinical trial research.

Midwest Bio Services

12651 Hemlock Street Overland Park KS 66213Midwest Bio Services provides protein identification and nano-LC/MS/MS.

Med Lab Supply

United States

MGP Ingredients

100 Commercial Street Atchison, KS, 66002 United States

MLIRB

8417 Santa Fe Drive, Suite 100 Overland Park, KS 66212 USAMidLands Independent Review Board (MLIRB) provides IRB reviews for all phases of research in all therapeutic areas.

M80, Inc.

USABUT, WHAT IS IT? we want to make a difference in your brand There’s always a pressure to deliver new products and packaging more effectively and efficiently. Everything we do has got to make some sense to the consumer. Our approach to design gets you the critical idea that you need to stay ahead of the market. Let’s get together and discuss how M80 can support your brand.

M80, Inc.

United StatesBUT, WHAT IS IT? we want to make a difference in your brand There’s always a pressure to deliver new products and packaging more effectively and efficiently. Everything we do has got to make some sense to the consumer. Our approach to design gets you the critical idea that you need to stay ahead of the market. Let’s get together and discuss how M80 can support your brand.

Orygen Antibodies

, , , USOrygen Antibodies is a Scottish based Reagent Producer and CRO, specialising in end-to-end Polyclonal Antibody Production Services. Orygen was formed in June 2015 to retain and build upon the 40+ years of staff expertise, developed models and methodologies, and facilities of the Scottish Antibody Production Unit (SAPU). Through a combination of in-house facilities and strategic collaborators, Orygen can offer the following services: 1. Antigen Design and Synthesis: peptides, carbohydrates, small molecules and whole proteins 2. Polyclonal Antibody Production 3. Antibody Characterisation – titre, specificity, affinity, epitope mapping, stability and product utility evaluation, purification 4. Development: a) Monoclonal antibody development - creation of recombinant antibody library using RNA collected from circulated B cells b) Screening and selection of lead candidate monoclonal antibodies c) Assay development – range of immunoassay products developed from ELISA to enzyme activity detection via immunoassay. 5/Pyrogen testing

PhytoTechnology Laboratories

PhytoTechnology Laboratories 9245 Flint St. Overland Park, KS 66214-1739

Propharma Group

8717 West 110th Street Suite #300 Overland Park, Kansas (KS), 66210 United StatesProPharma Group is a global, independent, single-source provider of regulatory, compliance, pharmacovigilance, and medical information services serving pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. With our mission to improve the health and safety of patients, we are focused on delivering the highest quality of services throughout the full product lifecycle. Our staff has an array of expertise to expand your capacity and capabilities, and draws from their vast knowledge base to custom tailor solutions unique to your project needs.

Pittsburg State University - Kansas Polymer research Center

1204 Research Road, Pittsburg, KANSAS 66762

Physicians Reference Laboratory

7800 West 110th Street Overland Park, Kansas 66210 USAPhysicians Reference Laboratory offers pathology, clinical testing, diagnostic testing, immunohistopathology, medical toxicology, and screening.

PRL Central Laboratory Services

7800 West 110th Street Overland Park, KS 66210 USAPRL Central Laboratory Services provides project management, clinical pharmacological biomakers and scientific consulting services.

PRL Central Laboratory Services

Overland Park, KS United StatesPRL Central Laboratory Services provides project management, clinical pharmacological biomakers and scientific consulting services.

Pinnacle

2721 Oregon St. Lawrence KS 66046 USAPinnacle Technology offers solutions for customer's neurochemistry data acquisition needs in mice and rats.

Preco

9705 Commerce Parkway Lenexa, Kansas 66219Preco, Inc. is a premier provider of solutions for material processing needs. We are a leading designer and manufacturer of high-speed and high-accuracy automated processing systems. In addition, Preco is a skilled laser integrator offering cutting, perforating, welding, and other specialized industrial processing applications.

PRA Health Sciences

Catalina Office CenterAt PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. But innovation just for the sake of innovation isn’t why we do it. Side-by-side with our clients, we strive to move drug discovery forward, to help them develop life-saving and life- improving drugs. We help change people’s lives for the better every single day. It’s who we are. Innovating to help people is at the heart of our process, but it’s even more than that. It’s also our privilege.

PRA Health Sciences

11070 Strang Line RoadAt PRA Health Sciences, providing innovative solutions for our clients is what we do. But innovation just for the sake of innovation isn’t why we do it. Side-by-side with our clients, we strive to move drug discovery forward, to help them develop life-saving and life- improving drugs. We help change people’s lives for the better every single day. It’s who we are. Innovating to help people is at the heart of our process, but it’s even more than that. It’s also our privilege.

Rosa Pharma

United StatesRosa & Co. is known worldwide for its PhysioPD™ Research Platforms which elucidate the connection between disease mechanisms, therapeutic interventions, and clinical outcomes. PhysioPD Research Platforms have an extensive track record of providing credible scientific insights and actionable program impact. They deliver insights that would be difficult or impossible to achieve with any other research approach. Pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and consumer goods clients realize a significant return on investment when using PhysioPD Research for: • Identifying responder patient populations • Selecting predictive biomarkers • Prioritizing or repurposing compounds • Predicting clinical efficacy of new targets Rosa & Co. helps clients reduce risk across their entire portfolio and its advisory capabilities are unrivaled: decades of PhysioPD-style research, hundreds of presentations and publications, and mature business processes that allow Rosa to work effectively in complex organizational or scientific settings.

Servi-Tech Laboratories

1816 E Wyatt Earp Blvd Dodge City, KS 67801Servi-Tech operates three state-of-the art laboratories, centrally located in the heart of The Great Plains. The first laboratory was started in Dodge City, Kansas in 1977. The steady growth in sample volume resulted in building another laboratory in Hastings, Nebraska. The Hastings laboratory opened in November of 1988. Further growth required expansion of the Dodge City laboratory in 1990, and again in 1996. In 2004, Servi-Tech opened their third laboratory located in Amarillo, Texas. The network of laboratories allows Servi-Tech to provide accurate results, rapid turnaround time, and quality customer service. Servi-Tech Laboratories can typically provide customers with analytical results on the next working day after the sample is received. The laboratories maintain an intensive quality control program. On the average, there is one quality control sample for every five to seven customer samples analyzed. Servi-Tech has provided testing for many prestigious locations, including Mile High Stadium, Coors Field, Arrowhead Stadium, Baltimore Country Club, Congressional Country Club-Beltsville, MD, Ralph Lauren Estate, and center court at Wimbledon, England.

SurModics

9924 West 74th StreetSurModics provides innovative diagnostic assay components and technologies including secondary antibodies, protein stabilizers, and antigens to support studies in immunoassays, western blots, and microarrays.

Syntech Research

17745 South Metcalf Avenue Stilwell KS, USA 66085SynTech Research was established in the USA in 1999 and delivers a wide range of services from well-documented individual trials to overall product development programs. The founder and partners of the company are all former scientists and managers from one of the largest multinational agrochemical and biotechnology companies. It now employs over 300 full-time professional and support staff worldwide plus over 100 part-time consultants and other staff. SynTech Research assists over 200 company clients in evaluating new and existing compounds and providing GLP/GEP – compliant regulatory and bio-efficacy studies for compound registration and re-registration.

Sinclair Bioresources LLC

United StatesWelcome to Sinclair BioResources, largest AALAC-accredited state-of-the-art miniature swine production facility in the U.S. and sister company to the contract research organization Sinclair Research Center. Providing Quality Miniature Swine, Animal Models, & Support & Services to the Biomedical Industry. Mission Statement Sinclair BioResources pledges to support the biomedical community by excelling in the following, with respect to miniature swine: Providing excellent quality animals for research Continually contributing to the development of relevant animals models Acquiring relevant swine lineages for research Offering a broad range of high quality bioproducts and services Utilizing state-of-the-art facilities to meet these goals Sinclair BioResources produces four breeds of miniature swine —Sinclair, Yucatan, Micro-Yucatan, and Hanford—at locations in Windham, Maine and Auxvasse, Missouri. The Maine site produces Yucatan and Micro-Yucatan miniature swine, and the Missouri site produces Sinclair, Yucatan, and Hanford miniature swine. Our miniature swine are delivered to clients either in our AAALAC-accredited climate-controlled trucks or via approved airfreight or contract companies. All animals are well-conditioned prior to shipping through our solidly-established socialization program. Sinclair BioResources also specializes in the production of animal models and is the only private company primarily involved in large animal model development. We have contributed to development of and are experienced in a number of animal models offered to our clients. Sinclair BioResources additionally offers complete support for animal sales. We are highly experienced in pre-shipping alterations performed in the spirit of GLP. Common pre-sYuchipping alterations include but are not limited to: castration or ovariectomy, vascular access port placement, high cholesterol diet feeding, diabetes induction, test article administration, and biopsies collected for auto-transplantation. Furthermore, Sinclair BioResources collects a vast array of bio-samples in miniature swine daily and other from species as requested depending on availability. Sinclair BioResources complies with a number of agencies. We are USDA-licensed as a breeder (43-A-5793) facility. We are AALAC-accredited and GLP-compliant. The animal care and veterinary program is in compliance with the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals. We also have an Assurance Statement filed with Public Health Service (PHS).

Spriggs Bioanalytical Consulting LLC

15632 W 83rd Ter Lenexa, KS, 66219 United StatesWe focus on helping to develop Ligand Binging Assays to support non-clinical and clinical development programs. With over 20 years of experience in the biopharmaceutical industry, we can find a bioanalytical solution that is right for you. We are able to manage your external labs, assist in developing assays internally, and can even help you build out your own labs to support upcoming demand.

The HTS Lab. Univ. of Kansas

Life Sciences Research Labs 1501 Wakarusa Drive, Room 145F Lawrence KS 66047 USAThe HTS Lab. Univ. of Kansas provides assay development, screening, chemoinformatics, medicinal chemistry, and cell culture.

The HTS Lab. Univ. of Kansas

Lawrence, KS United StatesThe HTS Lab. Univ. of Kansas provides assay development, screening, chemoinformatics, medicinal chemistry, and cell culture.

The Veterinary Consultancy, LLC

United StatesThe Veterinary Consultancy, LLC is a veterinarian-owned and operated contract research organization (CRO). We are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of service in all aspects of both clinical and non-clinical research associated with the regulatory approval of animal health products. As a boutique CRO, individualized service is fundamental. We pride ourselves on cultivating a specialized team of experienced professionals with extensive expertise in animal health. We do not rest until we are sure that the service has been delivered up to, and above, your expectations. The Veterinary Consultancy is proud to offer our clients a portfolio of services, addressing a broad range of study needs for companion and production animals. Our reputation as a reliable CRO has been built on our wide-ranging animal health expertise, strict adherence to regulatory requirements (GCP and GLP), regulatory agency expectations, and understanding of the Research and Development environment. Our CRO was built on the philosophy that a strong focus on personalized, highly-skilled service will result in well-executed projects. What makes us unique is our undivided commitment to every project that we undertake. As a valued client, you can feel confident that your studies will be seamlessly managed and given individualized attention by members of our executive team, as well as each professional assigned to your project. When you choose The Veterinary Consultancy, you are choosing a partner with many years of experience in the delivery of successful products to the market.

Target ALS

, , , USTarget ALS is a privately funded consortium of researchers from academic and biotech/pharma laboratories entirely focused on finding a treatment for patients living with ALS. We fund research consortia, Springboard Fellowships for emerging research leaders, and nationwide core facilities. Here are some questions we are often asked: What is the immediate goal of Target ALS? To increase the number and quality of ALS drug development programs pursued by the biotech/pharma industry. We do this by supporting and coordinating the best academic research, by providing core facilities that remove critical bottlenecks and by catalyzing and funding direct collaborations between academia and biotech/pharma. Who provides funding for Target ALS research? Our founding donors, Dan Doctoroff, David Rubenstein and Bloomberg Philanthropies provided 3-year funding of $25M, which has been supplemented by more than $1M from other anonymous donors. Increasingly, members of the public have expressed their wish to support this unique effort. Who receives Target ALS funding? A total of 52 academic laboratories, an increasing number of industry partners, as well as independent cutting-edge contract research organizations who execute the work of the core facilities. Who administers Target ALS funding? Target ALS funds are administered following due process by Target ALS Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Target ALS

United StatesTarget ALS is a privately funded consortium of researchers from academic and biotech/pharma laboratories entirely focused on finding a treatment for patients living with ALS. We fund research consortia, Springboard Fellowships for emerging research leaders, and nationwide core facilities. Here are some questions we are often asked: What is the immediate goal of Target ALS? To increase the number and quality of ALS drug development programs pursued by the biotech/pharma industry. We do this by supporting and coordinating the best academic research, by providing core facilities that remove critical bottlenecks and by catalyzing and funding direct collaborations between academia and biotech/pharma. Who provides funding for Target ALS research? Our founding donors, Dan Doctoroff, David Rubenstein and Bloomberg Philanthropies provided 3-year funding of $25M, which has been supplemented by more than $1M from other anonymous donors. Increasingly, members of the public have expressed their wish to support this unique effort. Who receives Target ALS funding? A total of 52 academic laboratories, an increasing number of industry partners, as well as independent cutting-edge contract research organizations who execute the work of the core facilities. Who administers Target ALS funding? Target ALS funds are administered following due process by Target ALS Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Tex Lab Supply

United StatesSince our founding in 2009 we have been committed to providing our customers with only the highest and purist grade chemicals and oils available on the market today. Tex Lab Supply strives for perfection! Our mission is simple! Provide excellent customer service. Offer very competitive pricing. And get our customers their purchase as quickly and efficiently as possible!

Unity Lab Services

United StatesWe take serving science seriously. Unity Lab Services provides a single source for integrated lab service, support and supply management. Our customized service offerings and world-class service experts have the flexibility and experience to uniquely address your business needs. Whether you are looking to arrange for service on one instrument, or are seeking resources to manage service and support for all your labs, there is a Unity Lab Services solution to meet your business needs. To deliver service solutions without boundaries, programs are offered for all instruments, equipment and laboratory supplies, regardless of vendor. As a laboratory partner, Unity Lab Services provides researchers what they need, when they need it, to maximize their ability to focus on science and drive innovation. Let our expertise complement yours.

University of Kansas Solid State NMR Lab

2095 Constant Ave 19 McCollum Laboratory Lawrence, KS , 66047 United StatesThe KU Solid State NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) facility specializes in the analysis of solid materials. Projects come from a wide variety of fields including soils, pharmaceutics, biomass, catalysts, biological materials, organometallics, and inorganics. The lab is equipped with a Bruker Avance III three-channel spectrometer and two probes. Using ssNMR you can learn about chemical shifts in functional groups and fingerprint sample components. The output will show a peak analysis of components present and provide data to evaluate variations between sample lots that have had different exposures.

U.S. Air Force Keesler Air Force Base 81st Medical Group Clinical Research Laboratory

United StatesThe 81st Medical Group operates one of the largest Air Force medical facilities in the Air Force. Its primary mission is to maintain medical readiness for worldwide contingencies by providing quality, cost-effective health care for more than 27,000 enrollees, including almost 7,500 active-duty members. In addition, the 81st MDG commander oversees the Gulf Coast Multi-Service Market, which includes five military medical treatment facilities from Mobile, Ala., to New Orleans, coordinating care for 80,000 eligible beneficiaries along the Gulf Coast. The 81st Medical Group provides the most comprehensive array and quality of services available in the Gulf Coast area. TRICARE Prime is the DOD's premier program for delivering comprehensive health care. The 81st MDG Hospital is clearly the best place to enroll for most all health care situations. The 81st MDG has the third largest deployment platform in the Air Force Medical Service and second in AETC. On average, Keesler deploys more than 200 personnel annually in support of contingencies around the world as well as medical-deployment-for-training (humanitarian) missions. The Keesler hospital is also one of three Air Force medical facilities designated to support the National Disaster Medical System as a Federal Coordinating Center. They manage and maintain memorandums of agreement with 24 civilian medical facilities throughout the Gulf Coast. The hospital offers almost 60 services and education programs with a staff of more than 1,600 military and civilian members and partnerships with Tricare, the University of Mississippi Medical Center, the VA Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System medical center and Gulfport Memorial Hospital. The hospital has seven newly-renovated surgery suites and a myriad of improvements throughout the ground floor including flood barriers on external doors and a re-alignment of high-dollar assets to floors above the basement level. Construction of a new $50+ million inpatient tower began in late 2009 with completion scheduled for September 2011. A new $10 million Radiation Oncology Center was completed in October 2009 and began treating patients in March 2010.

Univ. of Wisconsin Department of Medicine

600 Highland Ave.University of Wisconsin Department of Medicine focuses on research in many therapeutic areas.

VVF LLC (Vegetable Vitamin Foods Company)

1705 Kansas Avenue Kansas City, Kansas 66105The Vegetable Vitamin Foods Company was established in 1939 in India by Godrej Pallonji Joshi. His vision is the VVF of today, a multinational oleochemical and personal care products company which continually strives to improve and innovate our products, brands and business processes to suit the constantly changing needs of our customers worldwide. VVF is a manufacturing and marketing company of personal care products and oleochemicals with a worldwide presence in operating centers spread over North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Far East. VVF's manufacturing presence in North America was launched in 2002 in Ontario, Canada. The North American platform was built on over six decades of international success. Today, we are comprised of two divisions, Oleochemicals which manufactures Fatty Acids, Fatty Alcohols, Wax Esters and Glycerin and Personal Care which is responsible for Bar Soaps and a wide variety of other personal care products manufactured on a global scale for worldwide customers. Our quality recognitions include our certifications for ISO 9001, our good manufacturing practices from the FDA, and our kosher certification for our export facilities. In addition, we have received numerous supplier awards for our US performance from many of our international customers. Our Indian operations have also been recognized as a high category export house by the Indian government and have also been awarded numerous Chemexcil awards for export excellence in various categories.

VVF LLC (Vegetable Vitamin Foods Company)

1705 Kansas Avenue Kansas City, , Kansas , 66105 United StatesThe Vegetable Vitamin Foods Company was established in 1939 in India by Godrej Pallonji Joshi. His vision is the VVF of today, a multinational oleochemical and personal care products company which continually strives to improve and innovate our products, brands and business processes to suit the constantly changing needs of our customers worldwide. VVF is a manufacturing and marketing company of personal care products and oleochemicals with a worldwide presence in operating centers spread over North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Far East. VVF's manufacturing presence in North America was launched in 2002 in Ontario, Canada. The North American platform was built on over six decades of international success. Today, we are comprised of two divisions, Oleochemicals which manufactures Fatty Acids, Fatty Alcohols, Wax Esters and Glycerin and Personal Care which is responsible for Bar Soaps and a wide variety of other personal care products manufactured on a global scale for worldwide customers. Our quality recognitions include our certifications for ISO 9001, our good manufacturing practices from the FDA, and our kosher certification for our export facilities. In addition, we have received numerous supplier awards for our US performance from many of our international customers. Our Indian operations have also been recognized as a high category export house by the Indian government and have also been awarded numerous Chemexcil awards for export excellence in various categories.

Ventria Bioscience

2718 Industrial Drive Junction City, KS 66441 – 8398 USAVentria Bioscience offers life-saving recombinant medicines, biotechnology products and contract manufacturing.

Vince and Associates Clinical Research

10103 Metcalf Ave. Overland Park, KS 66212 USAVince and Associates Clinical Research offers phase I through phase IV clinical trial services.

Vitalograph

13310 W 99th St.Vitalograph manufactures respiratory diagnostic devices and conducts clinical research.

Voigt Global Distribution, Inc.

PO Box 1130 Lawrence, Kansas 66044 USAVoigt Global Distribution Inc was founded in 1998 as an online shopping website for several genre of medical, pharmaceutical and scientific laboratory products. We specialize in offering worldwide sales with Customs clearance services in the following product areas: Serum Vial Packaging - West Pharma, Wheaton, Kimble Gerresheimer, Pacific Vial, and many others Sterilization Filtration - Nalgene Filters, Pall Filters and Whatman Filters Antigens and Antiserum (Difco brands - BD Becton Dickinson) Dehydrated Culture Media (BBL and Difco brands - BD Becton Dickinson) Laboratory Glassware - Kimble Kimax and Kimble Chase Medical Equipment and Diagnostics - several medical equipment manufacturers and clinical diagnostic reagents, including BD (Becton Dickinson), Beckman Coulter, GE - Whatman, Terumo, Covidien Kendall / Tyco, Alere, Osom Kits / Sekisui Diagnostics and others

Voigt Global Distribution, Inc.

PO Box 1130 Lawrence, , Kansas , 66044 United StatesVoigt Global Distribution Inc was founded in 1998 as an online shopping website for several genre of medical, pharmaceutical and scientific laboratory products. We specialize in offering worldwide sales with Customs clearance services in the following product areas: Serum Vial Packaging - West Pharma, Wheaton, Kimble Gerresheimer, Pacific Vial, and many others Sterilization Filtration - Nalgene Filters, Pall Filters and Whatman Filters Antigens and Antiserum (Difco brands - BD Becton Dickinson) Dehydrated Culture Media (BBL and Difco brands - BD Becton Dickinson) Laboratory Glassware - Kimble Kimax and Kimble Chase Medical Equipment and Diagnostics - several medical equipment manufacturers and clinical diagnostic reagents, including BD (Becton Dickinson), Beckman Coulter, GE - Whatman, Terumo, Covidien Kendall / Tyco, Alere, Osom Kits / Sekisui Diagnostics and others

Veterinary Pathology Services

Street Address 1 Street Address 2 City/Region, State, Postal Code/Zip CodeVeterinary Pathology Services offers microscopy, histopathology, and cytopathology services.

Wichita State University

1845 Fairmount St. Wichita, Kansas, 67260 United StatesWichita State University’s location in the heart of Wichita –a mecca for aircraft manufacturing, healthcare and business– provides the opportunity for applied learning and research to be infused throughout each student’s educational experience. By conducting research and internships in their fields, students gain real-world experience, allowing them to develop and apply critical skills. And students aren’t the only ones who benefit. Local businesses count on WSU centers like the National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR), Center for Economic Development and Business Research, Applied Psychology Research Institute and Advanced Networking Research Institute as a vital part of their business plan.

Alteca Ltd.

731 McCall Road, Manhattan, KS 66502 U.S.A.ALTECA Ltd. is a diversified company. We offer scientific solutions for the food and feed industries, including foreign material identification, food forensics testing, product defect examinations, rapid enzymatic test kits, as well as resources for microscopists all over the world. Our dedicated staff has been solving problems in the food and feed industries for over twenty-five years.

AAVnerGene

United StatesAAVnerGene Inc is an innovative company specializing in AAV technologies. It is founded by a group of AAV gene therapy enthusiasts who dream to serve the community, promote and lead the future of gene therapy. Our passion is to solve the bottleneck problems in AAV gene therapy and find more better cures for all the patients. We believe that hard core technologies are the key to achieve it. With 20 years of front-line gene therapy experience, our team develops novel AAV vectors, methods and strategies that allow us to efficiently produce, deliver and express high quality vectors into specific cells. Our goal is to increase AAV gene therapy efficacy and decrease the cost, making it accessible and affordable to patients.​ ----Our highly complex AAV capsid libraries allow us to efficiently select the best AAV capsid for each cell type in a high-throughput manner. ----Our abundant resources of AAV capsid serotypes, variants and efficient selection methods allow us to quickly identify the best AAV vector for each cell type and disease. ----Our AAV design, clone and production services provide consistent, high quality, affordable AAV vectors for our customers. ----Our AAV capsid and library selection services help our customer develop their own novel AAV capsids. ----Our novel AAV production technologies significantly decrease the AAV production cost.

Advanced Response Management (ARM)

10875 Benson Drive, Suite 275 Overland Park, Kansas 66210 USAAdvanced Response Management (ARM) provides medical information, adverse event, product complaint and related services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.

AIB International

PO Box 3999 Manhattan, KS 66505-3999 USAFarmer-owned and client focused, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive laboratory analysis, record management and information services. From DHI to soil testing, AgSource and AgSource Laboratories offer valuable data and superior customer service.

Aperio Scientific

10975 Benson Drive Suite 330 Overland Park KS 66210 USAAperio Scientific offers validation services, bioburden testing, growth promotion, microbiological identification, and microbial limit testing.

Aperio Scientific

Overland Park, KS United StatesAperio Scientific offers validation services, bioburden testing, growth promotion, microbiological identification, and microbial limit testing.

Avian Immunology

2033 Beck St Manhattan, KS 66502Avian Immunology provides antibody production and antigen preparation from birds.

Avian Immunology

Manhattan, KS United StatesAvian Immunology provides antibody production and antigen preparation from birds.

Agrilead

Lucas Street Russell, KS, 67665 United StatesAgrilead was established as a new company in 2005 with sights on growing into the industry through the offering of innovative services and products. Through the years the company has grown and diversified from a limited number of sales and marketing services to a broad range of innovative products and services with sharpened focus upon the seed care industry. In 2008 Agrilead moved from the Kansas City area to Russell, KS to better serve a client in the specialty seed business. In 2010, Agrilead relocated locally in the Russell area to the present day location with needed warehouse, laboratory, and office space. In 2011, Agrilead introduced the Novo Seed Care Prescription Management system which is developed in collaboration with a key technology partner, Junge Control of Cedar Rapids, IA. In January of 2014, Agrilead received it's first Novo related patent involving SIRA (size indexed rate adjustment), a novel seed treatment method executed by the system. In addition to the Novo system, Agrilead has developed a growing list of specialty seed treatment additives designed to improve the seed treating process and performance.

Abaxis Veterinary References Laboratories

14830 West 117th Street Olathe, KS 6606 USAAbaxis Veterinary References Laboratories offers clinical chemistry, hematology, endocrinology, histology, cytology, and microbiology testing services.

Attentive Science, LLC

17745 Metcalf Avenue Bldg #4 Stilwell, Kansas, 66085 United StatesAttentive Science is a nimble nonclinical CRO providing in-vivo services to the Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Animal Health & Agrochemical Industry