Technology Forum of Delaware

This month: Meet 12 companies housed in UD’s new incubator

The Technology Forum of Delaware is hosting a tour of the incubator at UD's STAR campus in Newark.

The Health Sciences Complex (HSC) on UD's Science, Technology, and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus. (Photo courtesy of University of Delaware)

The Technology Forum of Delaware is hosting a tour of DTP@STAR, the new incubation space for development stage companies located on the University of Delaware’s STAR (Science, Technology and Advanced Research) Campus. It’s the Delaware Technology Park expansion to STAR that we told you about in 2015.
The tour will happen on Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m..
On the tour, according to the event’s registration page, attendees will “see demos by some of the twelve promising young companies representing innovation in agriculture, life sciences, advanced materials, renewable energy, sustainable chemistry, medical devices and information technology that now call DTP@STAR home.”
Tickets for the event are selling for $25 for Tech Forum Members and $40 for “Future Members.” Walk ins can attend the event, though they will be charged the future member fee along with a $5 fee at the door.
Those interested can find more information and registration details by hitting the button below.

Companies: Technology Forum of Delaware / Delaware Technology Park

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