News ItemAugust 2013 Park Post
Congresswoman Visits SS&TP – Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham visited the SS&TP on July 3 to meet and thank the companies in the Park for creating jobs in Albuquerque. Many Park and Sandia National Laboratories’ leaders participated in the roundtable discussion held at Applied Technology Associates (ATA). The meeting provided Park CEOs a chance to voice their thoughts and concerns regarding small business matters. The Congresswoman also had the opportunity to see ATA’s Modular Space Vehicle satellite project, visit EMCORE’s Solar Array Farm, and participate in a windshield tour of the Park; 2nd Annual Sandia Research & Technology Showcase – Engage with members from the local and regional industry and academic communities as we showcase some of the cutting-edge research and technology development taking place at Sandia and provide information on doing business with the Labs through licensing, partnerships, procurement, and economic development programs. The event will focus on four themes: Bioscience, Computing & Information Science, Energy & Climate, and Nanodevices & Microsystems. The event is free and open to the public, but online registration is required at www.sstp.org/showcase; ATA and EMCORE – T hese companies were honored as two of the Top 10 Revenue Companies at the New Mexico Technology Flying 40. The annual celebration recognizes the fastest-growing technology companies headquartered in the state. ATA employs nearly 300 people and had revenues of $42 million in 2012. EMCORE employs nearly 1000 people and had revenues of $163.8 million in 2012. The event was sponsored by several organizations, including the SS&TP Development Corporation and Technology Ventures Corporation.