The Office of Research and Economic Development was established in 2005 to link research from the four University of Missouri campuses with emerging and existing firms across the state and around the world. Working closely with the chief research officers and chancellors from each campus, this office also serves as a conduit to local, state and federal agencies to ensure research results aid the growth of the Missouri economy.

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  • The economic and community impact of the University of Missouri System, FY 17 

    University of Missouri System. Office of Research and Economic Development; Tripp Umbach (2018)
    In November 2017, the University of Missouri System (UM System) retained Tripp Umbach to provide comprehensive analysis on the economic, employment and government revenues that arise from UM System operations and expenditures. ...
  • Jump Starting and Moving New Technologies to Marketplace 

    Nichols, M. F. (Michael F.); Wyatt, Steve; Clevinger, Brian; Strassner, Keith; Sweeney, Kevin; Sellers, Andrea F.; Dale, Paul S. (2010-03)
    The highway from research in the laboratory to market success has many detours and on/off ramps that are at best confusing to inventors and the populace. Success from technology-based economic development is the outcome ...