April 12, 2013
Featured by New York Daily News.
Brooklyn’s bid to become the next Silicon Valley took another step forward with the opening of a gleaming new tech center on Thursday.
New York University’s new Center for Urban Science & Progress unveiled its new Downtown Brooklyn office that includes 26,000 square feet of office space, work stations for visiting faculty, and two huge “visualization labs.”
The majority of the research done at the center will focus on research to improve living conditions in crowded big cities including energy efficiency and better infrastructure.