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Missouri State Startup Program Helps Local Entrepreneurs

The efactory is a resource center for business ideas and entrepeneurship based in Springfield.
Scott Harvey
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KSMU
The efactory is a resource center for business ideas and entrepeneurship based in Springfield.
The efactory is a resource center for business ideas and entrepeneurship based in Springfield.
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KSMU
The efactory is a resource center for business ideas and entrepeneurship based in Springfield.

The efactory was founded in 2013 to help small business owners and entrepeneurs develop their ideas. Dr. Cornelison interviews the director of the efactory, Rachel Anderson, about the story and future of this startup.

You can hear the interview by clicking on the "Play" icon below.Listen to the full version of Dave Cornelison's interview with Rachel Anderson.

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Dr. David Cornelison has been working as an educator and scientist in Arizona and Missouri universities for the last 25 years. Since 2010, he has been the head of the Department of Physics, Astronomy and Materials Science at Missouri State University. His research interests lie at the intersection of experimental condensed-matter physics and astrophysics, while his educational efforts have focused on outreach to the K-12 school system. Most of all, he believes in curiosity-driven learning in the sciences and all other fields.