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January 08, 2018
Indoor Biotechnologies has outfitted the Silk Mills building in downtown Charlottesville with ultra-precise climate control systems and freezers that can reach minus 80 degrees Celsius. “As you can imagine, that requires a lot of energy,” said Martin Chapman, president and CEO of Indoor Biotechnologies. “We are looking to expand sustainable ...
September 21, 2017
The Tom Tom Founders Festival’s inaugural Fall Forum on Friday will feature two panel discussions on major growth industries in the Charlottesville area: biotechnology and machine learning. Machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence that allows computers to learn from data without human intervention. Over the last decade ...
September 06, 2017
The Tom Tom Founders Festival, for the fourth year, is recognizing nine people who have shaped Charlottesville through their leadership in business, education and community service. “We’ve been incredibly honored to be talking to [the Founding Cville award recipients] in the past month and capturing their stories,” said Tom ...
June 03, 2017
As more businesses take root on Harris Street, walkability concerns grow As more firms seek to open offices on Harris Street in Charlottesville, owners of existing businesses want city officials to pay attention to what they say are unsafe conditions for pedestrians. “Frankly it’s dangerous,” said Martin Chapman, president ...
November 08, 2014
Several Charlottesville entrepreneurs called on elected officials and developers Thursday to invest in new office and laboratory space to ensure that start-up companies remain in the area. “We know people in Charlottesville are bright, we know they’ve got lots of good ideas and we know they can set up ...
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