State of Science and Innovation

Tuesday, January 23, 2024
5:00 pm
Tuesday, January 23, 2024
7:30 pm
Tuesday, January 23, 2024
University of South Florida and Online (Hybrid)
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About This Event

The St. Petersburg Innovation District is the professional home to hundreds of scientists, technologist, and doctors. These individuals are leaders in their fields world-wide but are often unknown locally. They are working to solve childhood illnesses, map the ocean, address climate change, and develop new technology.

The District will be hosting our annual event to showcase these individuals and their stories. Each year, this event is a series of fast-paced, brief presentations that are sure to pique your curiosity. Rest assured, both technology/science-geeks and those whose skills peaked while figuring out their latest phone will enjoy this event. You will learn something new about St. Petersburg.

This event will have both an in-person and online audience. Registration is closed. Walk-ins are welcome for the in-person audience - USF Student Center Ballroom (2nd floor, free parking in the large lot across the green or the parking garage - directions below).

For the zoom webinar click here:


For the in-person location: USF St. Petersburg campus - University Student Center Ballroom

Directions to the Room:

We will be in the University Student Center Ballroom.  It is listed as USC on the campus map (click here to access the map) and located at the corner of 6th Ave S and 2nd Street S.  The Ballroom is on the 2nd floor of the building.  There are both elevators and stairs located inside the front door.


We have complimentary parking provided in Parking Lot 2, plus the Garage Level 2-4.  Lot 2 is a surface lot located across the green from the building.  It is accessible from 6th Ave S and 1st Street S. The garage is across 6th Ave S from the building and is accessible from both 5th Ave S and 6th Ave S.  You do not need a pass.  The campus knows any cars in the lots without parking passes are attending our event.