Monthly Archives: November 2020

Missouri Plays Key Role in Developing Successful COVID-19 Vaccine

Pfizer Inc., a health innovation company, recently announced that its coronavirus vaccine was more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19 among those without evidence of prior infection, hailing the development as ... Read More

Washington University Partners with Health Innovation Startup to Identify COVID-19 Drugs

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has partnered with PercayAI, a St. Louis-based health innovation startup, as part of a pilot project aimed at scouting potential drug treatments for ... Read More

Video: Welcome To Moberly Area Industrial Park

Located in central Missouri, the Moberly Area Industrial Park is a 278-acre rail-served certified site zoned for heavy industrial use. There is also 100 additional adjacent acres available. A certified site ... Read More

A Look At Our Pipeline

Missouri Partnership CEO, Subash Alias, provides an inside look at our organization’s pipeline and discusses Missouri’s role in assisting growing companies during the pandemic. With just under two months remaining in ... Read More

Site Selection: Forward Progress

Despite a global pandemic, companies are still investing in Missouri thanks to its famed midwestern work ethic and value for business. That is according to a new article from Site Selection ... Read More

Harris-Stowe State University Launches Workforce Development Center in Missouri

Harris-Stowe State University (HSSU) partnered with the nonprofit Community Impact Network to open a new center to provide higher-education and job training opportunities to underserved residents in Missouri. “We could not ... Read More

Missouri-Based Energy Solutions Company Announces New Solar Facility

Ameren Missouri, an energy solutions company, recently announced plans to develop a new 91-acre solar energy facility in Missouri. It will include thousands of solar panels and is expected to generate ... Read More

Washington University Announces Study of Anti-Inflammatory Drugs in Fight Against COVID-19

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, announced plans for a new clinical trial to investigate three anti-inflammatory drugs in patients with COVID-19. The trial, which is funded by ... Read More