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(St. Louis Economic Development Partnership) The Missouri Ag Story
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St. Louis is home to the most plant scientists anywhere in the world, but it doesn’t stop there.
(St. Louis Economic Development Partnership) The Missouri Ag Story, St. Louis is home to the most plant scientists anywhere in the world, but it doesn’t stop there. Missouri’s strength in agricultural technology stretches all the way from the Missouri Botanical Garden in the city, to the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur and all the way to Mizzou’s renowned School of Agriculture. The Missouri ag assets are astounding and they keep growing. The St. Louis Economic Development
(St. Louis Beacon) Specialization is key to Midwest's economic future, says expert
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By David Baugher, special to the Beacon The Midwest's better days economically are in the rearview mirror as far as historian and journalist Richard C. Longworth is concerned. But Longworth, a senior fellow with the Chicago Council on Global Affairs ...
(St. Louis Beacon) Specialization is key to Midwest's economic future, says expert , By David Baugher, special to the Beacon The Midwest's better days economically are in the rearview mirror as far as historian and journalist Richard C. Longworth is concerned. But Longworth, a senior fellow, and even small towns in the heartland can re-emerge as economic powerhouses by specializing in any, decaying downtowns with shrinking populations and outdated economic models in metropolitan areas where
(The Missouri Times) House Economic Development Committee to hear from Missouri AgTech leaders
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The Danforth Center and partners attended the House Economic Development Committee hearing on supporting AgTech in Missouri. Karla Roeber, Vice President of Public and Government Affairs at the Danforth Center, spoke with The Missouri Times about our region’s bioscience innovation community.
(The Missouri Times) House Economic Development Committee to hear from Missouri AgTech leaders, The Danforth Center and partners attended the House Economic Development Committee hearing on supporting AgTech in Missouri. Karla Roeber, Vice President of Public and Government Affairs at the Danforth Center, spoke with The Missouri Times about our region’s bioscience innovation community. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(West Newsmagazine) St. Louis City, County engages young professionals in economic development
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Involved citizens, regional business leaders and young professionals from the St. Louis City and County met to discuss the economic future of the region.
(West Newsmagazine) St. Louis City, County engages young professionals in economic development, and County met on Nov. 25 to discuss the economic future of the region. Held at the Third Degree Glass Factory in the Central West End, the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership (SLEDP) sought feedback, to share their perspectives. As Missouri’s only accredited economic development organization, SLEDP has, . Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley officially established the collaboration between the economic
(Office of Missouri Governor Jay Nixon) Gov. Nixon announces appointment of MTC Director Jason Hall as Director of Missouri Department of Economic Development
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December 30, 2011 With strong business experience and stellar academic record, Hall will bring energy, dedication to new position, Gov. Nixon says JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that he will name Jason Hall, executive director o ...
as Director of Missouri Department of Economic Development, December 30, 2011 With strong, Department of Economic Development. In that position, Mr. Hall will oversee continued implementation of the Missouri Strategic Initiative for Economic Growth, the five-year blueprint developed by Gov, Department of Economic Development. I applaud David Kerr for his strong leadership of the Department of Economic Development over the past two years, and I look forward to continuing to work closely
Specialization is key to Midwest's economic future, says expert
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Featuring Richard C. Longworth- Senior Fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Author of Caught in the Middle: America’s Heartland in the Age of Globalism and response panelists- Denny G. Coleman, Jack L. Oliver III, John F. McDonnell and ...
Specialization is key to Midwest's economic future, says expert, Featuring Richard C. Longworth- Senior Fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Author of Caught in the Middle: America’s Heartland in the Age of Globalism and response panelists- Denny G. Coleman, Jack L. Oliver III, John F. McDonnell and Derek K. Rapp. He said St. Louis has an advantage in this respect with research organizations like the Danforth Center, major companies like Monsanto and noted educational
(St. Louis Business Journal) Greitens touts Israeli relationship as economic generator
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St. Louis is already home to a number of Israeli-founded companies that have moved to the area thanks to GlobalSTL, an initiative started and organized by BioSTL several years ago.
(St. Louis Business Journal) Greitens touts Israeli relationship as economic generator, St. Louis is already home to a number of Israeli-founded companies that have moved to the area thanks to GlobalSTL, an initiative started and organized by BioSTL several years ago. Read Here., (Collection), (Collection)
(KMOV News 4) New Innovation District Hopes to Tap Into Scientific, Economic Resources
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A plan for a new innovation district, much like Cortex in the Central West End, is being planned in hopes of bringing thousands of jobs to the Creve Coeur area.
(KMOV News 4) New Innovation District Hopes to Tap Into Scientific, Economic Resources, A plan for a new innovation district, much like Cortex in the Central West End, is being planned in hopes of bringing thousands of jobs to the Creve Coeur area. The hope for this plan is to boost the local economy, create thousands of jobs, and attract businesses, like restaurants and hotels, to the area. Read the full article and watch the video here. , (Collection), (Collection)
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Economic Development Partnership advances $13.5 million Helix Center expansion
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If finalized, the plan could help advance the Partnership’s efforts to make the area surrounding the Bayer (formerly Monsanto) campus and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center into a premier agricultural technology district. 
(St. Louis Post Dispatch) Economic Development Partnership advances $13.5 million Helix Center expansion, If finalized, the plan could help advance the Partnership’s efforts to make the area surrounding the Bayer (formerly Monsanto) campus and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center into a premier agricultural technology district. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
(Agri-Pulse) The Promise and Potential for New Plant Varieties
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If agricultural productivity growth continues to stagnate, there will be significant ramifications for the economic vitality and environmental sustainability of food
(Agri-Pulse) The Promise and Potential for New Plant Varieties , If agricultural productivity growth continues to stagnate, there will be significant ramifications for the economic vitality and environmental sustainability of food READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)