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  • Aegion
  • Akermin
  • Alent
  • Allied Minds
  • Ameren UE
  • Barrick Gold
  • Battenfeld Technologies
  • Baxter International
  • BJC HealthCare
  • Buckeye International
  • Cooper B-Line
  • Covidien
  • Diebold
  • Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
  • Duke Manufacturing Co.
  • Enthone
  • Florida State University
  • HemoShear, LLC
  • Invensys Systems Inc., by Schneider Electric SE
  • Jack Kennedy Metal Products & Buildings
  • Jones Apparel Group
  • Kennametal
  • Lincoln Industrial
  • Maritz
  • MECS
  • Missouri University of Science and Technology
  • MiTek
  • Monsanto Company
  • Nine West Group
  • Peabody Energy
  • Pioneer Industrial
  • Reinsurance Group of America, Incorporated
  • Relypsa
  • Rennovia
  • Saint Louis University
  • Southern Illinois University
  • SunEdison
  • Theralogics
  • University of Missouri, Columbia
  • University of Missouri, St. Louis
  • Washington University, St. Louis

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