• Collaborate2Cure

    Topic:  Mitochondrial Dysfunction
    Every Monday, 5pm-7pm

    Location
    KU Clinical Research: Fairway Auditorium
    4350 Shawnee Mission Parkway,  Fairway, KS 66205

  • One Health Innovations Symposium

    August 27-28

    Kansas City Convention Center

  • 2017 Annual Dinner

    Save the Date! 
    Tuesday, September 19, 2017
    Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland

  • What is Biotechnology?

    Biotechnology is the use of cellular and biomolecular processes to solve problems or make useful products. It is a collection of technologies that capitalize on the attributes of cells, such as their manufacturing capabilities, and put biological molecules like DNA and proteins to work for us.

  • Science to Art

    These images reflect a collection of scientific images from our stakeholders that were turned into art. All proceeds from our annual auctions benefit STEAM education (science, technology, engineering, art, math) in the KC region.

  • Path to 2025

    A plan to grow the life sciences in the Kansas City region.

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About KCALSI

The Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute strives to advance the life sciences in the KC region through research, commercialization and workforce development.

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News & Events
ANNUAL DINNER- COMPUTATIONAL MEDICINE

KCALSI’s Annual Dinner events celebrate our progress in the regional life sciences and highlight an area of interest. Learn more »

COLLABORATE2CURE

A program designed to stimulate regional scientific collaboration.  Learn more »

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Life Sciences News

 KCALSI IN THE NEWS

The latest developments within KC’s life sciences initiative.
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News at a glance

Monthly updates on events and developments within the regional life sciences community.
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Industry Census

A comprehensive picture of the life sciences companies in our region.
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Patton Trust Research Development Grant Program

This funding mechanism specifically focuses on the genetic basis of diseases that predominately affect children and do not require inter-institutional collaborations.
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Life Sciences Bulletin

Life Sciences Bulletin

Quarterly newsletter that showcases information about KCALSI and its stakeholders.

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