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October 2nd, 2003

Millions given for security

Abstract:
K-State is set to benefit from a Homeland Security bill that was signed by President George W. Bush on Tuesday. The bill allocates funding to four different projects that involve K-State, including $2.1 million for food safety research; $1.5 million for bio-terrorism response; $2.4 million for the Marine Corps Urban Operation Environmental Laboratory; and $3.8 million for neutralization and nanotechnology weaponization, which funds Marine Corps research to explore use of nano-particle technology in Urban Operations.

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Kansas State Collegian

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