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  • Central Florida Research Park (Orlando)
    The Central Florida Research Park is a campus-like environment for business, located adjacent to the University of Central Florida. Research Park tenants form relationships with the University of Central Florida through technology transfer, research, faculty consultations, graduate and undergraduate internships and part-time employment programs. 
  • Innovation Park of Tallahassee (Tallahassee)
    Innovation Park of Tallahassee has been the hub of scientific research in North Florida for decades. The university-based research park is overseen by the Leon County Research and Development Authority (the Authority). With a solid technological infrastructure already in place and a positive business climate supported by state and local government, Innovation Park of Tallahassee is a prime location for companies seeking an edge over the competition. 
  • Innovation Square at the University of Florida (Gainesville)
    Innovation Square is a community that brings research and business together to inspire people to think bigger. Encouraging different disciplines to interact. Allowing researchers to work smarter. Unleashing Creativity. Accelerating the development of new ideas. Stimulating discovery of breakthrough technology which is greater than the sum of its parts. 
  • Lake Nona Medical City (Orlando)
    The 650-acre health and life sciences park known as Lake Nona Medical City is a landmark for Orlando and a premier location for medical care, research and education.  Carefully planned and laid out, Lake Nona Medical City represents a deliberate strategy to create a centralized focus of sophisticated medical treatment, research and education in Central Florida. 
  • Progress Park (Alachua)
    Progress Park is a productive setting for the many bioscience, tech and other companies attracted to its site in North Central Florida. Located 5 minutes from I75 in the City of Alachua, this private Park has easy access to the University of Florida (UF) in Gainesville and the Gainesville Regional Airport. It is centrally located two hours from Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville and Tallahassee.
  • Research Park at Florida Atlantic University (Deerfield Beach & Boca Raton)
    The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, with campuses in Deerfield Beach and Boca Raton, exists to provide a supportive environment in which companies engaged in the research and development of new and innovative products can thrive. Many of the essential resources necessary for the success of the Research Park’s tenants can be found in their neighbor, Florida Atlantic University. 
  • Tradition Center for Innovation (Port St. Lucie)
    Tradition Center for Innovation (TCI) is a 150-acre, privately owned research park in the master-planned community of Tradition in Port St. Lucie, Florida. TCI is in the heart of Southeast Florida’s “Research Coast,” a biotech and life sciences hub strategically located on Florida’s Treasure Coast.One of TCI’s chief goals is to translate innovations from the lab to the marketplace, with a focus on attracting world-class institutions specialized in drug discovery, immunology, medical devices, manufacturing, and healthcare. 
  • USF Research Park (Tampa)
    The USF Research Park is a critical piece in the elaborate mosaic of high-tech economic development for the Tampa Bay region. While a number of people and organizations have successfully put in place many pieces of the mosaic, the USF Research Park supplies the vital mechanism that systematically links USF researchers to businesses in need of research partners. 
  • University of Miami Life Science and Technology Park (Miami)
    The UM Life Science & Technology Park is a vibrant urban research park community where people can work and play. Companies from the private and public sector can thrive in mixed use facilities with labs, offices, retail shops, restaurants, and industry-leading amenities. The UM Life Science & Technology Park is near to six outstanding hospitals.
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