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WFU Announces Plans for Undergraduate Classes in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Innovation District. Cool. What’s an Innovation District?

Challenges Loom in Winston-Salem Innovation Quarter’s Future

Eric Tomlinson: No Dust on Us – or Our Vision

Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Eyes Further Expansion

R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Revamped

Innovation vs. Invention

Winston-Salem Monthly’s Year in Review

At the Intersection of Yesterday & Tomorrow

Marker Recognizes Belews Street Neighborhood

Forsyth Tech Settles into 525@vine

Forsyth Tech Expands Services at Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Forsyth Tech Shows Off Downtown High-Tech Center

Forsyth Tech Community College Opens New Facility in Innovation Quarter

Flywheel Opens for Business

Old Is New Again

Window to a New World

Innovation Quarter Highlights

UNC-TV Features Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Winston-Salem’s Flywheel Coworking Space Opens

Former RJR Building Begins to Buzz Again as 525@vine Opens for Business

Former Tobacco Hub Clears the Air

Inmar trumpets its arrival in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter as 900 workers march into new HQ

Pharma Industry Tallies Benefits of Clinical Trials in Triad

Arts and Innovation Will Combine to Celebrate Chopin’s Birthday at Biotech Place

Wake Forest Medical School to Relocate Programs to Innovation Quarter

Increased Development at Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Center for Design Innovation Receives Notice to Proceed With Construction

Center for Design Innovation Announces New Director, Vision Forward

One of the Biggest Economic Development Projects in the Country is Taking Place in Winston-Salem

Editorial: Research Parkway: New Road Boosts Potential for Growth of Research Park

New Trail to Make Tracks Across Research Park

Research Parkway to Open Tuesday

Project Examines Changes in Food Systems in African-American Communities

Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Hosting Movie Nights

Winston-Salem Taking Suggestions for What to Do with Downtown Smokestacks

Officials Hope to Bring New Energy to Old RJR Power Plant

Camp Immerses Students in Science

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Students Compete for LEGO Trophy

Plant 64 Project Files Permit, Ready to Roll

$672 Million Sale of Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Developer Officially Complete

Interview: Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Progress at Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Continues

Winston-Salem Well-Positioned for Innovative Vaccine Trend

Vaccine Center Set for Boost with State Funding

Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Mentioned in List of Shining Examples of Economic Development that Are Working in the South

Wexford Science & Technology Makes $150 Million Investment in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Developer Gives $150M Boost to Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Innovation in Motion: A Look at the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Research Park Renamed Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

‘Wake Forest Innovation Quarter’ Should Catch On

Piedmont Triad Research Park Changes Name, Focus

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Announces Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Wake Forest Innovation Quarter: Piedmont Triad Research Park Changes Name, Adds Tenants

New Name, New Tenants for Former Piedmont Triad Research Park

Wake Forest Innovations Launches New Dot-Com Companies Offering Industry and Business Easy Access to Broad Range of Scientific Services

Leaders Add New Name for Piedmont Triad Research Park

As Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, Research Park Hopes to Raise Profile

Inmar Helps Bring Pieces Together at Winston-Salem Research Park

Piedmont Triad Research Park — A Whole New Future Research Park Gets New Leader

Piedmont Triad Research Park President Shares Vision

Tomlinson Brings Diverse Career Experiences to Piedmont Triad Research Park

‘A Whole New Future’ for Research Park

Winston-Salem Hoping to Turn Old Rails into Trails

New Biotech Center Opens in Piedmont Triad Research Park

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Unveils Historic World-class Biotech Research & Innovation Center

City, Piedmont Triad Research Park Awarded $100,000 Economic Development Performance Grant