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Discovery Park District is composed of several sub-districts, each with its own character and differentiating qualities to enrich the user experience and establish a unique sense of place. Establishing these sub-districts and their unique characters help the district achieve its desired dynamism, aesthetic interest and broad appeal. It is important to note that, despite the areas’ individual characters, boundaries should not be considered hard, as the district is designed to be fluid and cohesive, and elements and amenities can overlap.
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Discovery Park is a place where challenge and innovation converge and where researchers move beyond traditional boundaries to collaborate across disciplines creating solutions for a better world. This robust area includes: state of the art nano and biotechnology facilities; modern office facilities for multidisciplinary events; innovation space for entrepreneurship and corporate partnerships; conference space for special events.
■ The Convergence Center for Innovation and Collaboration ■ Bindley Bioscience Center ■ Birck Nanotechnology Center ■ Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship ■ Drug Discovery Facility ■ Gerald D. and Edna E. Mann Hall ■ Hall for Discovery and Learning Research
The District Core surrounds the Discovery Park research complex and is envisioned to be the iconic heart and social hub of the innovation ecosystem, offering the widest mix of uses including: Innovation Spaces (co-working, office, lab, and maker); retail options; multiple housing options for employee attraction and retention; and abundant parking.
One of the nation’s largest university-affiliated aerospace business communities, this area designed for high-tech companies to collaborate with Purdue on research and commerce has been named an Indiana Certified Technology Park by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. It serves as home to Purdue University Airport, Purdue Aviation, Mach 6 Quiet Flow Ludwieg Tube Wind Tunnel, Maurice J. Zucrow Laboratories, and Rolls-Royce.