David Johnston Research + Technology Park
The University of Waterloo is committed to creating a unique, community-based research and technology park, whose mandate is to foster radical innovation. The high ambition of the David Johnston Research + Technology Park is supported by a comprehensive partnership among the university, the Government of Canada, Province of Ontario, the Region of Waterloo, the City of Waterloo, Communitech, and Canada’s Technology Triangle.
The David Johnston Research + Technology Park provides a powerfully supportive base for radical, high impact research. Today, greater than 70% of the world's GDP (gross domestic product) runs on software created by companies in the R + T Park. Join those who seek commanding commercial advantage through technological leadership-organizations with the vision and drive to shift the ground under their competitors.
As a proud part of the Toronto-Waterloo corridor, Idea Quarter inhabits 3.2 million square feet of space, 16,500 tech workers, and 20,000 co-op students. With exciting features such as the new regional LRT and
world renowned universities, the area is home to 175 innovative companies. The best part is, this is only the beginning for Idea Quarter’s endless potential. The concentrated tech cluster is expanding quickly,with new buildings, businesses, and talent joining the community with every passing month.
- Apr. 27, 2017
Waterloo, Ontario, April 27th , 2016
The David Johnston Research + Technology Park (R+T Park) University of Waterloo is pleased to announce that effective May 2nd Mike Pereira will take on the role of Business Development Manager for the park.
- Apr. 21, 2017
Everyone is welcome to the Food Truck Rally!
DATE: April 21st NOTE THE DATE CHANGE
LOCATION: Patio/Atrium @ 340 Hagey Blvd.
TIME: 11:30 – 1:00 pm
COST: Donation (Minimum $5)
TRUCKS – sampler size portion from each truck!!
- Apr. 19, 2017
Net positive energy office set to rise in Waterloo
LEED Platinum project in Idea Quarter involves tenant in design process
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
By Rebecca Melnyk
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