Raising Awareness, Promoting Collaboration and Sparking Conversations


At Innovation Park, we believe that new innovative ideas come from collaborating with others. TechTopics brings together members of our community to learn about Innovation Park, its residents, and the research being conducted in the Park, as well as the Big Bend Region.

Our TechTopics events are FREE to attend on Zoom and are open to the public. Registration for the event is required to attend and is open one month prior to the event.

Click here to register for our next TechTopics

event on Tuesday, June 15th!

Watch the Zoom recording of our Tech Topics from Tuesday, February 16, 2021. We discussed new projects in Innovation Park including the Danfoss expansion and the MagLab/MagCorp partnership.

Upcoming TechTopics

Tuesday, June 15th at 11am via Zoom

Tuesday, August 24th at 11am via Zoom

Tuesday, November 16th at 11am via Zoom


To register, email Naomi Molina, Director of Marketing & Engagement at


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Past TechTopics Themes

  • April 2021– Treatment of stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis and brain tumors; How cells sense and respond to mechanical forces from their environment
  • February 2021– New Projects in Innovation Park; Danfoss Expansion and MagLab/MagCorp Partnership
  • November 2020– NFIL Virtual Open House
  • September 2020– Thermoelectric Properties in Cool (And Hot) Materials
  • July 2020– Composite Materials Interfaces from Fundamental Research to Commercialization
  • October 2019– Robots that Walk and Run
  • August 2019- Current Projects at FDOT Structures Research Center
  • March 2019– Superconductivity and it’s applications
  • November 2018– From Research to Commercialization: Companies that Formed out of University Research
  • August 2018– Piecing together the story, MagLab and FSU Dept. of Anthropology
  • March 2018– HPMI, Buckypaper and it’s future applications
  • November 2017– Innovation companies in our community
  • August 2017– Florida oysters and their roles in our local ecosystems
  • March 2017– Artificial intelligence and where the technology is heading in the future
  • November 2016– Commercializing research being conducted in the higher education institutions
  • September 2016– How research at the MagLab is helping to change oil spill cleanup and determining oil footprints
  • March 2016–  The general program of COAPS and the commercialization update of HWind Scientific, the real time tropical cyclone analysis system
  • November 2015– Introductions to the Florida Center for Advanced Aeropropulsion, a tour of the facility and how their work impacts Tallahassee’s Economic Development.