About This Website
The Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins is more than just real estate. It is under development as a resource to the scientists, business leaders, educators, and creators who work and visit the region. The Park is a focal point for the economic development of the entire East Baltimore area. As such, this site has been designed to integrate content from people who live and work in and around the Park.
Some home page pictures and gallery pictures were taken at public events or at events where the subject was aware of the picture being taken. If for any reason, you want your picture removed, please let us know, contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. When it comes to linked content, if we have linked your content and for any reason you wish to have that content removed, contact us directly at email@example.com . The content will be removed within 3 working days. Company logos are used with the permission of participating companies.
Listings of merchants and suppliers are provided as a service to the community. Content and offers listed on the site are the responsibility of the individual merchant. Any questions about accuracy of content, omissions, or representations should be submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to contribute to the site
The site is designed to integrate third party content into selected pages. If you have content that you would like to share with us, kindly submit a link by email. Please also outline why this content may be relevant to our site, and the appropriate location for the content.
This site was created by Mark E. Goodman and the e-Conversation Solutions Inc. team with special recognition to Devan Marie Perine for her creative efforts. Video production services and guidance was provided by Fred Klein of Klein Video Services. Selected photographs on the home page and inner pages were created by Gail Burton. The panoramic view of Baltimore on the home page was provided by Leslie Furlong/Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. Special thanks to Chris Font and Jay Margalus. Thanks to the Science + Technology Park contributors - Michael Rosen, Stephanie Holmes, Karen Brice and Jack Ellinghaus. Kudos to Sylvia Yacoubian and Curtis Adams for all of their efforts.
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