A James City County location gives your business access to some of the world’s most advanced research and development facilities as well as organizations which fosters technology.
NASA Langley Research Center—Home to the NASA Center of Excellence for materials and structures which focuses on the commercialization of technologies developed in the NASA/Langley aeronautics and space programs.
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab)—The premier physics research laboratory in the nation and the site of the world’s most powerful free electron accelerator. TJNAF identifies new technologies based on nuclear and laser physics which have potential for commercial application.
Virginia’s Center For Innovative Technology (CIT)—To enhance Virginia’s competitiveness, CIT provides statewide programs and services for technology researchers, entrepreneurs, and small businesses to develop and commercialize new technologies into existing products and processes.
Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS)—The country’s third largest marine research and education center, performs research, education, and advisory service in marine science.
Hampton Roads Technology Council—Southeastern Virginia’s Technology nerve center, advocating change, spreading the word, and fostering growth, education, and communication within the region’s high-tech community.
Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC)—One of the world’s leading research centers for computer modeling, simulation, and visualization, VMASC is a multidisciplinary research center of Old Dominion University.
Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC)—A coalition organization that coordinates and develops aerospace-related and high technology educational and research efforts throughout the Commonwealth and connects Virginia’s effort to a national community of shared aerospace interests.