Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center

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Virginia Tech
Corporate Research Center
Motto Ut Prosim (Latin)
Motto in English
That I May Serve
Type Private for-profit
Established 1985
President Dr. Joe Meredith
Academic staff
2900+
Location Blacksburg, in VA, USA
Colors Chicago maroon and Burnt orange[1]          
Mascot HokieBird
Affiliations Virginia Tech
Website www.vtcrc.com

The Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, known locally as the 'Corporate Research Center' or the 'CRC' or 'VTCRC', is a science park on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia comprising 33 completed buildings on 230 acres (0.93 km2) of land. The CRC is located adjacent to the Virginia Tech Airport.

Computer Science Department[edit]

Virginia Tech's Computer Science department, which was previously based in Torgersen Hall, was moved here in 2006.

Companies located in the CRC[edit]

The CRC currently has over 170 tenants and attracts technology, research and support companies. A list of tenants can be found at http://www.vtcrc.com/tenant-directory.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Brand Guide: Virginia Tech Identity Standards and Style Guide" (PDF). Virginia Tech. May 2013. p. 45. Retrieved September 11, 2015. The burnt orange and Chicago maroon are the university's official colors that were adopted in 1896. 

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