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Blue Springs, Mo., To Develop Innovation Park; Secures U of Missouri as Anchor Tenant
 
The Blue Springs (Mo.) Economic Development Corporation said this week that it will partner with the city of Blue Springs to develop the Missouri Innovation Park at Blue Springs, a 500-acre science and technology innovation park.
 
The Blue Springs EDC also announced that the University of Missouri has signed on as the park’s anchor research tenant and development partner. 
 

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