Monthly Archives: February 2013

Study: Kansas City life sciences companies increase by 17 percent

The number of life sciences companies in the region has increased by 17 percent in the past three years, according to a study released the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute ... Read More

Westinghouse, Burns & McDonnell in SMR Project Development Pact

Construction of a single Westinghouse SMR estimated to create nearly $3 billion in economic impact and thousands of U.S. jobs in more than 15 states. Westinghouse Electric Company today announced that ... Read More

EaglePicher Technologies awarded a new contract on alternative energy storage system

EaglePicher Technologies announced Wednesday that it has been selected by ATK Launch Systems in Utah to design and build a commercial Battery Energy Storage System. The Battery Energy Storage System, or ... Read More

Growing, Together: MU researchers hope their model of cooperation can help feed the world

Operating on the principles of openness, communication and collaboration, the IPG has created a community of 57 researchers — including 19 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science ... Read More

Soy-genes: Breeding the soybeans of tomorrow

MU Professor of Plant Science Grover Shannon breeds soybeans to find useful traits, such as drought resistance. When most MU scientists look for drought-resistant traits in soybeans, they do so in ... Read More