Rep. Lamar Smith, center, R-Texas and the House Science, Space and Technology Committee chairman, listens as Wichita State University vice president John Tomblin, right, outlines WSU research opportunities. Rep. Roger Marshall of Great Bend, left, brought Smith to Wichita in hopes of landing more air and space research work for Kansas.
Rep. Lamar Smith, center, R-Texas and the House Science, Space and Technology Committee chairman, listens as Wichita State University vice president John Tomblin, right, outlines WSU research opportunities. Rep. Roger Marshall of Great Bend, left, brought Smith to Wichita in hopes of landing more air and space research work for Kansas. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle
Rep. Lamar Smith, center, R-Texas and the House Science, Space and Technology Committee chairman, listens as Wichita State University vice president John Tomblin, right, outlines WSU research opportunities. Rep. Roger Marshall of Great Bend, left, brought Smith to Wichita in hopes of landing more air and space research work for Kansas. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle

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