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Science Matters Brown Bag Forum: Animal Health—The Silicon Valley of the Midwest
December 18, 2019,12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Co-sponsored by the Linda Hall Library and Kansas City Public Library.
The program will be held in the Helzberg Auditorium of the
Kansas City Public Library – Central Library, 14th W 10th Street.
About the Science Matters Brown Bag Forums
Science Matters Brown Bag Forums are monthly lunch-and-learn programs co-sponsored by the Linda Hall Library and the Kansas City Public Library. The events will be held in the Helzberg Auditorium in the Central Library. The forums will focus on science-related topics that impact Kansas Citians. Bring your lunch and join the conversation!
The December 18 program
The Animal Health Corridor, anchored by Manhattan, Kansas, and Columbia, Missouri, is home to more than 300 animal health companies, representing the largest concentration in the world. Companies with a strategic location in the corridor now represent 56 percent of total worldwide animal health, diagnostics, and pet food sales. Join Kimberly Young, President of KC Animal Health Corridor, for an overview of the latest corridor iniatives and their impact on the Kansas City region and beyond.
Kimberly Young is President of the KC Animal Health Corridor, managing the day-to-day operations and overseeing implementation of the strategic priorities that are governed by the KCAHC Advisory Board. Previously, Kim has held senior leadership positions in economic development and biosciences at state and regional levels. Kim holds a BS degree from Pittsburg State University and joined the KC Animal Health Corridor in 2011.
The event is free and open to the public; however, e-tickets are required.
The Central Library parking garage is located directly west of the Central Library building on the northwest corner of 10th & Baltimore. Please note that the parking garage has a maximum eight-foot clearance.
This program is funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
Its content is solely the responsibility of the Linda Hall Library.