It’s a weekday in New Castle County, and the tech startups of downtown Wilmington are finessing the expanding details of their infant businesses, ideas borne from a “we-should-really-do-this” attitude and the hope that investors might see potential.
Fewer than 15 miles away, in the offices of the Delaware Technology Park, four separate buildings are home to 54 tenants — science and tech-based businesses flourishing in an infrastructure intended to accelerate success. It includes private funding resources and a vital relationship with the University of Delaware.
In the meantime, nurses at A.I. duPont Hospital for Children are getting ready to integrate a new app into their system of care that will streamline communication between them and reduce the assembly of noises that can frustrate families and patients.