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December 27th, 2006
When it opens in April, Jordan Valley Innovation Center will be known as the Roy D. Blunt Jordan Valley Innovation Center. The new name, approved by the Missouri State University Board of Governors on Dec. 15, is the latest development for JVIC, which houses MSU's Center for Applied Science and Engineering and Center for Biological and Life Sciences, and several research partners.
In October, Congress announced $5.9 million for CASE to use in its development of carbon nanotube-based memory hardware, and $2 million for MSU, Carbon Nanotechnologies Inc. and Brewer Science to produce electronics resistant to operational failures.
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