A $1.9 million, two-year research and development agreement between Wichita State University and the Army will be overseen by the FirePoint Innovations Center, which is housed in the Experiential Engineering building on WSU’s Innovation Campus.
A $1.9 million, two-year research and development agreement between Wichita State University and the Army will be overseen by the FirePoint Innovations Center, which is housed in the Experiential Engineering building on WSU’s Innovation Campus. Travis Heying File photo
A $1.9 million, two-year research and development agreement between Wichita State University and the Army will be overseen by the FirePoint Innovations Center, which is housed in the Experiential Engineering building on WSU’s Innovation Campus. Travis Heying File photo

WSU, Army to partner on new aviation, missile technology

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