SevOne, a performance computing company named by Forbes as one of America’s Most Promising Companies, employs hundreds at their STAR Campus location. Founded by two University of Delaware alums, the firm is the digital management company for the world’s most demanding network operations. At any one time, SevOne has multiple UD interns focused on various aspects of its operation.
The Chemours Company, a world leader in titanium technologies, fluoroproducts, and chemical solutions, is building a state-of-the-art research and innovation center on STAR Campus. A spinoff of Delaware’s own DuPont company, Chemours joined the Fortune 500 in 2017, a year where it posted net sales of $6.2 billion. On STAR, the performance chemicals powerhouse will establish a world-class innovation partnership and talent development pipeline with UD.
National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals, or NIIMBL, will be headquartered on STAR Campus. NIIMBL is a public-private consortium of 150 partners addressing the challenges associated with manufacturing biopharmaceuticals and training the workforce needed to produce them. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIIMBL is one of 14 institutes in the nation’s Manufacturing USA network, designed to increase American competitiveness in manufacturing. It will occupy roughly one-third of UD’s new Biopharmaceutical Innovation Building on STAR.
Independence Prosthetics-Orthotics, Inc, provides top-quality prosthetic, orthotic and pedorthic (foot orthotic) health care to patients in Delaware and the surrounding Philadelphia area. Using leading-edge technology, the company manufactures its products on-site in its STAR suite.
Care Now Medical Aid Unit,, a Christiana Care Health System affiliate, operates an urgent care facility on site. Staffed by physicians and nurses 7 days a week, the unit offers an attractive alternative when individuals’ primary care physicians are not available or their condition does not warrant a visit to the emergency room.
Bloom Energy manufactures clean fuel-cell power sources on STAR Campus. The California-based company, whose energy servers provide power to Fortune 500 clients including Google, Wal-Mart, AT&T and Coca-Cola, chose STAR as its first east coast location.
Delaware Technology Park’s expansion on the STAR Campus, DTP@STAR, provides a dozen start-ups with individual labs, shared spaces and business advisory services. This 10,000-square-foot business incubator helps small science-based businesses grow. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration awarded DTP@STAR $500,000 to support entrepreneurship and high wage job creation in the region.
Delle Donne and Associates, a commercial property development and management company currently develops 16 acres of the campus. The acreage already includes the University’s Health Sciences Complex, office space and DTP@STAR and the STAR Tower.
UD’s STAR Health Sciences Complex features comprehensive health clinics that are open to the public.