Collaboration set to spark breakthroughs in one health

1Data project designed to accelerate breakthroughs in human and animal health by establishing a new standard for analyzing cross-species health information.

Human and animal health research is receiving a shot of adrenaline thanks to a collaboration with Kansas State University's Olathe and Manhattan, Kan., campuses and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

The project — 1Data — is designed to accelerate breakthroughs in human and animal health by establishing a new standard for analyzing cross-species health information.

Jim Riviere, distinguished professor emeritus in Kansas State University's College of Veterinary

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