Gateway University Research Park adds startup space

Gateway University Research Park was featured in today’s edition of the Triad Business Journal.

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Gateway University Research Park is putting space left over from the construction of the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering to use as an incubator for new nano-bio startup companies. The space, which includes three offices, eight workstations and a shared laboratory, is in a neighboring building at Gateway’s South Campus on Lee Street. The facility, dubbed the NanoBio Launchpad, is targeted at young nanotech and biotech companies that need flexible and inexpensive space. Gateway has set aside 2,500 square feet for the Launchpad initially, though there is room to expand.

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