The International Association of Nanotechnology is a non-profit professional association with the goal of fostering research, business collaboration and providing advanced education and training in nanotechnology and clean technology worldwide.
NASA Ames Research Center
P.O. Box 231
Moffett Field, CA 94035-0231
Health IT ecosystem node for supporting industry, start-ups, faculty, government initiatives such as HITIDES (federated Health IT sandboxes) to facilitate improved personal and public health.
75 5th Street, NW
ITFlorida advocates at the state, federal and local levels on behalf of Florida's high tech business community. ITFlorida members may serve on Advisory Boards that craft policy recommendations to state leadership.
1700 Summit Lake Drive
The Ketchikan Marine Industry Council (KMIC) is an industry-led initiative supporting growth and expansion of Ketchikan’s diverse maritime economy. Our definition of “maritime” includes numerous value-added and knowledge-based sectors, including transportation, shipbuilding and repair, the marine vendor base, safety and environmental services, construction, logistics, professional and technical services, and allied industries, as well as port, harbor, and energy infrastructure.
3801 Tongass Ave
Ketchikan, AK 99901
The LAEDC Cleantech Cluster Project is one of the first efforts to examine the current and potential future state of clean technology in a local economy–with a specific focus on Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technologies. Geographically, the project focuses on Los Angeles County, home to nearly 10 million people, nearly four million wage and salary workers, and over 200,000 private and public establishments.
444 South Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
LifeScience Alley®, the largest state-based life sciences trade association in the U.S., has a 26-year track record of enabling business success for its members through educating workforces, providing leadership on developing good state and federal public policy, supporting advancement in research and technological innovation and fostering industry connections. The Association’s membership employs approximately 250,000 Minnesotans, and its reach extends throughout the Midwest and Canada.
1550 Utica Avenue South, Suite 725
St Louis Park, MN 55416
The Louisiana Water Network is a statewide network focused on building the water economy.
PO Box 791174
New Orleans, LA 70179
Founded in 1984, the Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping manufacturers compete and grow under the leadership of a board of directors who reflect the breadth of manufacturing in the region.
1768 E. 25 St
Cleveland, OH 44114
The Maine Composites Alliance is an alliance of composite businesses in Maine who work together to recognize and promote Maine’s leadership in the international composite industry. We enhance the competitiveness of Maine’s existing composite industry and our members by providing opportunities for new commercial ventures, and by providing education and training for members and their employees.
511 Congress St. STE 100
PO Box 129
Portland, ME 04112
The Maine Food Producers Alliance serves as an essential partner for Maine food businesses, focusing its efforts on bringing the stories behind Maine products to life and building awareness, understanding, and appreciation of Maine foods and the talent behind them. Our mission is to create and sustain a collaborative environment for the development and growth of markets for value-added food and beverage products made in Maine.
77 Sewall St
Augusta, ME 04332