ACCESS SPACEPlease remove the header before the next paragraph of "Research Park". The first sentence in this paragraph should read, "UMBC's Research and Technology Park" (instead of just "UMBC's Research Park"). Similarly, at the end of this paragraph, the sentence should read, "Find out more about UMBC's Research and Technology Park." Please fix the link by removing the incorrect link of http://www.bwtechumbc.com//researchpark/. Please replace with corrected link of http://www.bwtechumbc.com// Sixth, on this same page, please remove the entire paragraph entitled, "Incubator and Accelerator". On the last sentence on this page, it should read, "To inquire about UMBC's Research Park or Incubator Programs, please contact Walt Schulz, Director of Leasing and Facilities, at 410-455-5798 or firstname.lastname@example.org. So you are deleting "leasing space in" and adding the word, "Programs" after "Incubator". UMBC's 41-acre research and technology community (bwtech@UMBC) is comprised of a 5-building Class A Research Park and technology and bioscience business incubators. Both Research Park and Incubator companies have access to campus amenities (such as day care, fitness facilities, etc), professional training programs, research facilities and equipment, and UMBC's highly skilled students, graduates and research faculty.
UMBC's Research and Technology Park, referred to as bwtech@UMBC North, is an ideal location for both established technology companies and early-stage cyber security and IT companies. Comprised of five buildings with 355,000 square feet of Class A office space, the park is located on the UMBC campus. Allegis, U.S. Geological Survey, RMF Engineering, Convergent Technologies Incorporated, Ross Technologies, and Assured Information Security are a few of the companies that call the Research Park home. The campus also houses the Cyber Incubator, Northrop Grumman Cync Program, and the CyberHive, which are part of the growing community of nearly 50 cyber security companies located at bwtech@UMBC. These programs are unique, innovative business incubation programs that deliver business and technical support to early stage companies providing cybersecurity-related products and services.
Find out more about UMBC's Research and Technology Park.
To inquire about UMBC's Research Park or Incubator Programs, please contact Walt Schulz, Director of Leasing and Facilities, at 410-455-5798 or email@example.com.