In a highly anticipated announcement, the National Academies of Science said that it will release a congressionally mandated report on risk associated with the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) this Friday.
The beleaguered National Bio and Agro-Defense facility could face yet more challenges as a result of new congressional parameters released today by a three-judge panel.
The Kansas Bioscience Authority and its former President and CEO Tom Thornton will not face any criminal charges over inappropriate use of state tax dollars.
Supporters of a planned federal disease lab in Kansas say they'll continue fighting for the project, despite some budget setbacks.
The National Bio and Agro- Defense Facility, or NBAF, is slated to be built near Manhattan. A steering committee appointed by Governor Sam Brownback met today for the first time to review the project.
The committee includes Republican Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins. She's confident construction of the lab will take place.
The first meeting of a steering committee appointed by Gov. Sam Brownback last summer is taking place this morning in Topeka.
The National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) got one step closer to Congressional funding yesterday.
The troubled National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility in Manhattan, Kan., got a financial shot in the arm yesterday.
It’s another big week for NBAF, the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility under construction in Manhattan, Kan.