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May 24th, 2007
Missouri State University will receive $29.7 million for long-needed building renovations and improvements to campus buildings. Another $5 million will go to the second phase of work on the Jordan Valley Innovation Center.
The center, housed in the converted MFA building in downtown Springfield, will be used as a home for several MSU scientific programs and by private corporations for research and development of nanotechnology-based projects.
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