(Ames) Iowa State University's research park is about to expand. An appropriations bill signed into law this week, includes $12 Million to pay for a new building. Steve Carter, with the research park says it'll provide a centralized location, for business support services- which are currently spread out all over campus.
"Our belief is this will enhance Iowa State's ability to deliver economic development to the state of Iowa. It will also enhance the ability for these different units to interact, collaberate, and cooperate."
The I-S-U research park is located south of the Iowa State campus, next to Highway 30.
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