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Plant 64 Welcomes Residents

Construction crews are still on the scene at Plant 64. But now so are residents. Plant 64 Loft Apartment Homes – the major element in the latest revitalization project in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and the largest residential development within its boundaries – welcomed its…

Flywheel Co-working Space Now Open

It's not just a place for people to work. It's a place where collaboration collides with innovation, turning ideas into reality. "We're all about having a community here," said Alicia Hardin, chief operating officer of Flywheel, the co-working innovation space located in the 525@vine building…

Building Human Capital with Science

Most people don't think about science when buying cosmetics or hair care products. But students who attend SciTech Institute are exploring these ideas. Young students learn the importance of science in a variety of fields and careers, and the integral role science plays in their…

Technology at Two

Students can't wait to go to MudPies Downtown East each morning. In fact, parents are amazed at their children's eagerness to learn at the child development center, a testament to the staff and innovative technology Convenience for working parents and technology set the center apart.…

A Center for Creative Collaboration

The sounds of music from Frédéric Chopin, renowned Polish composer and virtuoso pianist, filled the air. At the same time, abstract art images were displayed overhead in conjunction with the first 10 nocturne compositions. The rapt crowd of more than 100 was not listening to…

Education, Technology and Innovation Under One Roof

Science, technology and education will soon stand shoulder-to-shoulder in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter when Forsyth Technical Community College, one of the fastest growing community colleges in the country, opens its Center for Emerging Technologies within the urban research park. In October 2014, the school…

A Thriving Garden Feeds Mind, Body and Spirit

On most weekends you will find volunteers gathered around a patch of land in east Winston-Salem with gloves and shovels. The people are from all walks of life: Girl Scout troops, Winston-Salem Junior League members, retirees, master gardeners, and surprisingly, the patients of the Downtown…

Innovation Quarter – The New Silicon Valley

Guest column by David Mounts, Inmar CEO The Inmar team is thrilled about our upcoming move in early 2014 to Innovation Quarter and downtown Winston-Salem. Since making the decision to remain in Winston-Salem, the city in which we were founded more than 30 years ago,…

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