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3,843 acres/300 companies/26,500 employees/13,500+ students. 2nd largest US research park & 4th largest in the world in the #1 City for Tech Jobs in the US!
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For all the young professionals in who might have questions about credit, check out Credit 101 class on May 23. You can learn the importance of credit and determine the factors that impact it.
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In 1973, CRP began filling with tenants. Which sector was created first? CRP East or CRP West?
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Thank you for these valuable resources!
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The first business to move to CRP is hiring. Interviews will take place on the afternoon of June 6. You can learn more about available positions at the link below.
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Cummings Research Park May 20
Peanut farms play a large role in Alabama agriculture. CRP's very own helped to create a reference genome for the peanut that will help improve our state's largest crop.
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Cummings Research Park May 20
For this week's here are eight simple steps to inspiring motivation between leaders and their co-workers.
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HudsonAlpha May 16
We’re proud to be located in a neighborhood of innovation in ! Did you know? received the award. Learn more about this prestigious honor
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Cummings Research Park May 17
Have you visited the 1818 Flower Truck at Bridge Street Town Centre this spring? You'll have the opportunity to every Saturday through June! Look for them outside the Southern Living Store!
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Cummings Research Park May 17
is looking to grow in the coming years. A new master plan would give the campus more of a college town feel. Hear more about the proposed plan at the link below.
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Cummings Research Park May 17
Need a fun family-friendly outing this weekend? Look no further than Bridge Street's FREE 2019 Fido Fest this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Get out and celebrate all of our four-legged friends!
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Cummings Research Park May 17
This is not a drill. We made it to Friyay!! Enjoy your weekend ahead.
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RocketCityNow May 16
Huntsville's policy for safer street design recognized by national group
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NASA May 16
Introducing the 11 companies that will conduct studies and produce human lander prototypes that will help us put on the Moon in five years:
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Cummings Research Park May 16
We enjoyed listening to at the Tourism Summit today. The process for tactical projects is exactly what you see us doing with events and programming and @ The Point @ Lake 4. in the Park. Join us! CRPHSV
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UAH Alumni May 16
The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) appointed UAH alumnus William W. Hurd, MD to the post of Chief Medical Officer. Congratulations Dr. Hurd!
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HudsonAlpha May 16
Did u know? announced its library has been purchased by Victorian Centre for Functional Genomics (VCFG) . With this arrangement, Transomic will provide the Peter Mac research community access to the latest in tools
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Cummings Research Park May 16
Did you miss us last week? No worries because Pop-Up Popsicles is back ONE week from today! Join us May 23 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at The Point @ Lake 4. We'll have FREE waiting for you! Mark your calendars!
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Cummings Research Park May 15
This is a great step towards expanding and growth of our metro transit system!
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UAH May 15
The UAH Lake will be open to the UAH community and the public for fishing on Saturday, May 18th.
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Dynetics May 15
Team Dynetics has been awarded a $130 million contract to build and test the 100-kilowatt class laser weapon system.
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