Ventria Bioscience of Sacramento had been tabbed as the anchor of a bioscience center to be built on the Maryville campus. The company planned to make the state's northwestern corner the home of its business extracting being built.
Hubbard says Northwest Missouri State will go ahead with the Missouri Center of panies about anchoring the center.protein from Excellence for Plant Biologics even without Ventria. He says the University had developed the concept even before it heard of Ventria, and now will talk with other comgenetically modified rice to produce medicines.
But the firm and the university now say demand for Ventria's product has grown much faster than expected. As a result, University President Dean Hubbard says the company will need ten times more capacity than it would have at a protein extraction facility now