The University of Tennessee Research Park at Cherokee Farm is a research and development park that gives businesses access to the most powerful tools available in materials science and high-performance computing, along with the internationally renowned researchers at the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Parcels are available for immediate development, and build-to-suit space is available in the Innovation North building.
Tom Rogers, who has extensive development experience in Oak Ridge and Knox County, has been named as president and CEO of the Cherokee Farm Development Corporation.
The University of Tennessee Research Park at Cherokee Farm has unveiled a new name and logo that encompasses both the innovative capabilities at the campus and maintains its roots. “Our new name emphasizes the cutting-edge and diverse research that occurs here,” said Cliff Hawks, president and CEO of Cherokee Farm Development Corporation. “It also maintains […]
AUBO Robotics, which develops lightweight robots for industrial use, has opened a research and development facility at Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus in Knoxville. The collaboration between the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory and immediate availability of a state-of-the-art facility for high-end, collaborative research were factors in AUBO Robotics’ decision to select Cherokee Farm.