GO Topeka Unveils Plans for Animal Health Innovation Campus in Kansas
TOPEKA, KAN. — GO Topeka has unveiled plans to build a large-scale animal health innovation campus in Topeka. The economic development group has selected Clark Enersen Partners and BioRealty Inc. to begin identifying and evaluating prospective locations. The developers, which both have expertise building scientific research parks, will present initial findings this winter. The development will be home to Plug and Play’s animal health program as well as research and development labs and offices for startups and partners. Topeka is centrally located within the KC Animal Health Corridor, which is home to more than 300 animal health companies.