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science park

an area usually linked with a university where scientific research and commercial development are carried on in cooperation
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The scale model of Bio-XCell, a biotech park and ecosystem was unveiled by Malaysia's Minister of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Datuk Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili after he officially opened BiotechCorp's exhibition pavilion.
In this context, he said, the Biotech park at Kathua will have a unique place in the economic growth of India considering the fact that exclusive variety of plant species can be cultivated here because of conducive climatic and other related factors.
He said UMass' acquisition of the three biotech park properties will help the medical school and, more importantly, help Worcester build on its life sciences base.
CSUN's 28-acre biotech park plan won public favor relatively quickly, Enany said.
UMass officials maintain their goal is to keep the biotech park filled with private, for-profit research companies, as it is now, both right away and in the long term, and to maintain the buildings as top-notch research facilities.
O'Brien told the council that part of the vacancy issue is in part because of UMass returning its own Biotech Park operations to campus.
O'Brien echoed that sentiment, pointing out that the biotech park is one of the city's largest taxpayers.
The development of CEC's five "parks" (Cayman Internet Park, Cayman Media Park, Cayman Biotech Park, Cayman Commodities Park, and Cayman International Academic Park) will be phased.
Presided over by chief minister Prem Kumar Dhumal the biotech park would consist of a incubation centre and a biotechnology industrial cluster to be developed by a private promoter over an 32 acre area.
Discussing Amgen's future plans at the biotech park and the potential of expanding regional presence, Hoffman expressed interest in clinical research, and developing clinical trials in collaboration with DuBiotech and clinical research organisations (CROs).
Discussing Amgen's future plans at the biotech park and the potential of expanding regional presence, Rolf Hoffman, senior vice president - commercial operations, Amgen International, expressed interest in clinical research, and developing clinical trials in collaboration with DuBiotech and clinical research organizations (CROs).
In these lines, Govt is planning Agri-Biotech Park at Dharwad, Marine Biotech Park at Mangalore, Animal House at Bidar and Phyto-pharmaceuticals Biotech Park at Mysore.