Monthly Archives: December 2011

Missouri clinches additional $200M deal with China

Missouri has closed on a $200 million export and investment agreement with the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in China, the St. Louis Business Journal reports. The deal, which comes on top ... Read More

Siemens Makes Acquisition in Smart Grid Sector

Will buy eMeter, a provider of meter data management. more ... Read More

Missouri adds 10,900 manufacturing jobs

Missouri gained 10,900 manufacturing jobs between December 2010 and last month, an accomplishment Gov. Jay Nixon lauded Thursday. The figures came this week from the U.S. Department of Labor ’s Bureau ... Read More

MU researchers to test pain-free tooth fillings

University of Missouri researchers have developed a pain-free way to fill tooth cavities, technology that could be on the market in two years. The so-called “plasma brush” uses chemical reactions to ... Read More

Crowder’s renewable energy center nears completion

A new $7 million-plus renewable energy center at Crowder College in southwest Missouri is nearing completion. more ... Read More

Abbott rival Mylan gets FDA approval for generic hypertension drug

Mylan Inc. said Tuesday that the Food and Drug Administration approved the drugmaker’s generic version of the high blood pressure treatment Teveten. more ... Read More

Obama Administration confirms $30 billion Boeing F-15 deal

Eighty four F-15 fighter jets, which are built at Boeing’s facility in Hazelwood, are being sold to Saudi Arabia at a cost of $30 billion, according to the Obama administration. The ... Read More