LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Dec. 13, 2012) — Nine new companies have moved in to Nucleus Innovation Park – TechCenter, bringing the facility to capacity.
One hundred thirty employees now work in the structure that was formerly known as MedCenter3. The University of Louisville Foundation’s Nucleus project owns and manages the building.
The heightened interest in the Nucleus Innovation Park – TechCenter shows the need for more space and proves that Louisville is becoming a hub for entrepreneurs and companies built on innovation, said Nucleus CEO Vickie Yates Brown.
The companies who have moved in to Nucleus Innovation Park – TechCenter in the past year include: ApoVax, eVMS, Health DataStreamTM, Honeywick, iCare, Kentucky Clinical Trials Laboratory (KCTL), Rigid Solutions, and Why Wait.
Nucleus is Kentucky’s innovation center and an arm of the UofL Foundation.
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