England-Thims and Miller, Inc (ETM) an engineering firm specializing in turnkey, planning, design and construction administration for civil infrastructure projects has created a unique accelerator space in the Gainesville Innovati...
The event, described as "part hackathon, part business pitch competition", ultimately led up to a "Shark Tank"-style competition at Gainesville's High Dive.
Gainesville residents will no longer need to take a trip to the doctor to grab some Opus Coffee. The locally owned shop will open its newest location in Gainesville’s Innovation District later this month. It will be its first...
The study discovered that the licensing of university and nonprofit research, such as the work done at UF Innovate, headquartered in the Gainesville Innovation District, has made a significant contribution to US GDP, industrial gr...
The new affiliation agreement will give Trimark's lab tenants access to the amenities offered at The Hub, such as autoclaves and incubators.
The UF startup will use the funding to develop manufacturing processes and fabricate a fully-integrated display prototype based on unique pixel architecture.
The investment will help The Hub resident client continue to develop its breakthrough quantum dot light technology for device display screens.
The Innovation District incubator beat over 6,500 other incubators globally to secure the title, awarded by the International Business Innovation Association.
The coffee and baked goods chain is finalizing its lease in a first-floor retail space at mixed-use development The Continuum off of W University Avenue.
The global marketing software company has relocated to a 14,000 sqft office in the Innovation District and anticipates it will double in size within the next year.
The Hub resident company Admiral has secured over $5.1 million in investments in the past three years, signifying its rapid growth as a leading adblocking problem-solving firm.
The Innovation District is growing in popularity as a place to live for young professionals working at UF Innovate and the office buildings around the Innovation District.
This partnership between Raytheon and the business incubator will allow the global technology company to easily connect with the most prestigious UF engineering students and faculty in Florida.