A city-owned building at 450 8th Avenue Southeast in St. Pete will soon become a hub for marine science, defense, and technology companies (From the July 2021 SPID newsletter).
Local youth recently conducted a series of interviews with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) professionals in our community about their careers (From the July 2021 SPID newsletter).
The Sunshine City and its sparkling waterfront parks recently became the center of Tampa Bay's red tide crisis. Rafts of dead fish were washing ashore quickly, and workers picked up tons of dead marine life from the coastline in recent weeks (From the July 2021 SPID newsletter).
The St. Pete Innovation District is excited to announce the release of our new website (From the June 2021 SPID newsletter).
“One of my dreams, and COVID proved it, is that internet is a utility like water, that everybody should have,” said Alison Barlow, executive director of the St. Petersburg Innovation District and co-lead of the Digital Inclusion Working Group (From the June 2021 SPID Newsletter).
Kudos to the St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership for their 2nd annual Downtown St. Pete Development Guide. This report highlights what we all know and love about St. Petersburg. (From the March 2021 SPID newsletter)
Have you ever felt at a loss for how to assist a friend or colleague? Do you know the resources available for mental illness or addiction? A study released by the CDC in August 2020 found that 40 percent of U.S. adults (2 in every 5) are struggling with at least one serious mental health issue during the pandemic. (From the March 2021 SPID newsletter)
Remember that these four spots in the Innovation District have outdoor dining. (From the March 2021 SPID newsletter)
Consider your next office at this waterfront location. (From the March 2021 SPID newsletter)
Join us for our next Gadgets for Good drive.
St. Petersburg Innovation District released a report at the end of 2020 that reviewed what has been accomplished over our first four years.
The St. Petersburg Science Festival is looking for scientists, technologists, researchers, etc. to feature in a year-round Scientists in the Sun online campaign.
Join us for our first Gadgets for Good drive of 2021.
Updates about key Innovation District projects
July Newsletter:Art + Tech + Science
We are collecting gadgets to support members of our local community who do not have access to technology.
Here are the links to February, March and April.
DIGITAL RESOURCES AVAILABLE
The November newsletter recaps the last 2 years of the District, shares information about a collection of old gadgets for good, and invites everyone to the Grow Smarter Summit.
The September newsletter focuses on 30 Days of Science, Technology and Innovation.
State of Science event in September, updates on two new capabilities for the District
Red Tide Recap, New Pedestrian Crossing, Latest Podcast and Four Cool Events
Find out about a great program helping 5th graders.
October Newsletter: State of Science Video - Podcast - Tour
District Update - NCIS, Housing, Kid Inventions, S'Mores
Grand Opening - Podcast Launch - October Events
Learn about upcoming events, international partners, and creative use for 3D printers.
Explore Interconnections,plus Health of Pinellas County and a Visit by the Co-Founder of LinkedIn.
How the District is Nurturing the Future Workforce:Female Scientists, Nontraditional Techies & Kindergarten Prep
Getting Involved: District Tour, Jake Tapper and Grouper Sandwiches
Seeking speakers for IGNITE Tampa Bay… plus guest columnists talk about Innovation in the District in our latest newsletter
This month learn why creative collaborations are our secret sauce.
This month learn about our 2018 plans and check out upcoming events.
Welcome to our new monthly e-newsletter! Learn about innovative ideas and projects in our community.