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LATEST PATHFINDER BLOG POST
March 27, 2014
Economic Development by the Sea
By Jason Wheeler
Most of us are quite familiar with the ongoing discussion about our area’s need for a unified vision for economic development. Rob Kaiser, co-owner and publisher of Greater Wilmington Business Journal, recently wrote an opinion piece on the topic; and it was the primary focus of the Power Breakfast on March 27. It’s an important subject that’s been discussed for years but without any real consensus among the business community. So I thought I would use this wonderful forum to throw in my two cents.
I recently attended a meeting at the Marbionic building at UNCW’s CREST Research Park. At the conclusion of the meeting, Dr. Dan Baden, director of the Center for Marine Science, took some of us on a tour of the Research Park.
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I could go on and on about the amazing facility, but in my opinion, the real beauty of the Marbionic building is that it serves as a symbol of the economic development potential in our community. I view its role as a birthplace of local knowledge-based jobs with the assistance of one of our greatest community assets, UNCW. Research, led by faculty, conducted with the help of bright students, is transferred and developed into private sector companies that hire those bright students and make way for the next generation to develop new technologies that create new companies; and then the cycle repeats again and again.