Report: K-State faced federal sanctions on bioterror safety standards

Aug 20, 2015
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A letter from federal lab regulators cites K-State's "history of non-compliance" that has "raised serious concerns" about the school's ability to safely contain dangerous pathogens.

Although the NBAF will be an independently run Department of Homeland Security facility when it opens around 2022, the university has publicized on its website that Kansas State's labs already are being used to "jump-start" research that "will eventually transition" to the new federal facility.

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