25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Florida Research Consortium (FRC) (http://www.
What does FRC stand for?
FRC stands for Florida Research Consortium (Tallahassee, FL)
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com/), today announced its strategic membership in the Florida Research Consortium (FRC).
The seeds of where that research and economic activity will develop are being planted today," said Jack Sullivan of the Florida Research Consortium.
The Conference was conducted by the Florida Research Consortium, Tampa Bay Technology Forum and Central Florida Technology Partnership.
He is also a trustee of Torrey Pines Institute of Molecular Studies and a director of the Florida Research Consortium.
He is past president and a board member of the Florida Telecommunications Industry Association and current chairman of the Florida Research Consortium.
Florida Research Consortium The Florida Research Consortium is a not-for-profit strategic partnership between Florida's universities, the business community and state government.
The act also charged the Florida Research Consortium, a strategic partnership between Florida's universities, business community and state government, with the development of the criteria for selection and award.