Commissioned through an innovative partnership consisting of the Kansas Bioscience Authority, the Kansas Bio Organization, the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute and the Kansas City Area Development Council, the study also found that the Kansas City region is home to approximately 70 CROs and CSPs employing more than 9,000 people.
What does KCALSI stand for?
KCALSI stands for Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute
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- Kenya Coalition against Landmines (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Killie Campbell Africana Library (South Africa)
- Kilo Calorie
- Kingstonians Concerned About the LVEC (Large Venue Entertainment Centre; Ontario, Canada)
- Knox County Art League (Ohio)
- Kansas City Association of Legal Administrators (Missouri)
- Kleberg County Adult Literacy Council (Kingsville, TX)
- Kansas City Association of Law Libraries (Missouri)
- Kangchenjunga Conservation Area Management Council (Nepal)
- Kansas Classified Ad Network (newspapers)
- Kenya Coalition for Action in Nutrition
- Kilkenny Community Action Network (Kilkenny, Ireland)
- Kansas City Area Office
- Kansas City Assembly Plant (Ford; Claycomo, MO)
- Kees Christiaanse Architects and Planners (design firm; various locations)
- Kingsburg Community Assistance Program (North Carolina)
- Kingston Coalition Against Poverty (Canada)
- Knox County Area Project (Galesburg, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
JUMP START The Corridor concept started in early 2000 when the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute commissioned a study to review the entire bioscience sector.
The Missouri Biotechnology Association ( MOBIO ) is a presenting organization along with the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute ( KCALSI ) and the Kansas Bioscience Organization ( KansasBio ).
We believe the positive business climate and the growing Life Science community in the Kansas City area, led by the University of Kansas and the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute Inc.
The company is also actively involved in the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute initiative.