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  • Kansas City’s Animal Health Corridor

    Nearly 1,000 people will be in Kansas City Monday for the Animal Health Corridor's 10th anniversary dinner and an investor-pitch competition Tuesday. The corridor is the 300-mile stretch between K-State and MU that's considered the international center of animal health research and development. A company based in Queensland, Australia, Integrated Animal Health, has formed a partnership with Northwest Missouri State University, which is situated along the corridor.

Kansas City’s Animal Health Corridor

Nearly 1,000 people will be in Kansas City Monday for the Animal Health Corridor's 10th anniversary dinner and an investor-pitch competition Tuesday. The corridor is the 300-mile stretch between K-State and MU that's considered the international center of animal health research and development. A company based in Queensland, Australia, Integrated Animal Health, has formed a partnership with Northwest Missouri State University, which is situated along the corridor.
JILL TOYOSHIBA jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com