The Technology Centre of New Jersey will mark 10 Years of Innovation with Celebration at North Brunswick Complex
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) will host an anniversary celebration to mark the 10-year anniversary of its Technology Centre of New Jersey, a 50-acre complex located along the U.S. Route 1 technology corridor between New Brunswick and Princeton and within the Greater New Brunswick Innovation Zone.
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005 at 8:30 a.m.
The Technology Centre of New Jersey
Commercialization Center for Innovative Technologies (CCIT)
675 U.S. Route 1, North Brunswick
The Technology Centre of New Jersey, a joint development project of the EDA and the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust, encompasses about 400,000 square of modern, affordable space that currently serves the needs of 20 early-stage technology and life sciences companies.
The EDA began development of the 50-acre former Johnson & Johnson site in 1995 to provide growing high-tech businesses with the opportunity to lease top-quality, customized laboratory, production and office space at competitive prices. More than $100 million has been invested in facilities and improvements.
The anniversary celebration will include a networking breakfast, tours of the facilities and overviews of New Jersey’s Innovation Zones and the EDA’s Techniuum initiative, which provides a continuum of customized financial, technical and real estate development support to assist emerging technology and life sciences businesses as they advance through their life cycle of growth.
Caren S. Franzini, Chief Executive Officer, EDA
Richard S. Kollender, Principal, Quaker BioVentures
Christian Kopfli, Principal, Chromocell Corporation
Michael E. Breton, Ph.D., Associate Vice President, Rutgers University
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