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March 21st, 2007
Edenspace rejects Northwest facility, will move plant to Kansas
Hubbard said efforts to find a suitable anchor tenant for the center, which will also house academic programs in nanotechnology and other biotech disciplines, are moving forward.
"Edenspace is one of five companies we've been talking with," Hubbard said. "One of the remaining four is scheduled to visit us in the late spring, depending on the outcome of state funding."
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