Volume 2, 2017

 

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Volume 2, 2017: Life Sciences Business News & New Hires
Volume 2, 2017: Life Sciences Business News & New Hires

TechAccel Continues to Invest in Solving Global Food Crisis
TechAccel, the Kansas City-based technology and venture development company, has announced significant tracti…

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University of Missouri Targets Personalized Therapies for Prostate Cancer
University of Missouri Targets Personalized Therapies for Prostate Cancer

Scientists and Clinicians Pool Their Knowledge to Accelerate Discoveries That Prevent, Diagnose and Treat Disease

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Vol. 2, 2017 K-State Stakeholder Highlight: Largest Chinese Animal Vaccine Adds Lab and Offices at K-State
Vol. 2, 2017 K-State Stakeholder Highlight: Largest Chinese Animal Vaccine Adds Lab and Offices at K-State

China’s largest animal vaccine company will open a research lab and offices in the Kansas State University Office Park.

Officials for Jinyu Bio-technology Co. Ltd. said …

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Erin Smith’s Curiosity Leads to a “Modern Spin on Diagnostics” for Parkinson’s Disease
Erin Smith’s Curiosity Leads to a “Modern Spin on Diagnostics” for Parkinson’s Disease

Erin Smith was named the grand prize winner of the 2017 International BioGENEius Challenge at the BIO International Convention in San Diego, CA for her creation of FacePrin…

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Buck O’Neil Seat for Big Slick Celebrity Softball Game Bestowed on Doug Myers
Buck O’Neil Seat for Big Slick Celebrity Softball Game Bestowed on Doug Myers

Big Slick KC is an annual fundraiser for the Children’s Mercy Cancer Center.

Some of the biggest celebrities from the Kansas City area –  Rob Riggle, Jason Sudeikis, Pau…

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KCALSI’s Annual Dinner Will Highlight Innovation and Breakthroughs in Tissue Engineering
KCALSI’s Annual Dinner Will Highlight Innovation and Breakthroughs in Tissue Engineering

KCALSI’s 2017 Annual Dinner keynote speaker, Nina Tandon, is growing transplantable bones using a patient’s own stem cells.

Held on September 19 at the Arvest Bank Theat…

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One Health Research Symposium: Preventing the Next Pandemic
One Health Research Symposium: Preventing the Next Pandemic

The Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute, in collaboration with Kansas State University and the University of Missouri, has arranged for over 20 national and regional e…

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