science park

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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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During the meeting, John Hsuan put forth the idea for the Taiwan biotech park.
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."
Construction of a biotech park for medical research adjacent to Hsinchu Science Park began in September 2006 and should be complete by 2009.
Sabatino's installation at HEBCAC came at a critical juncture, as the city, Hopkins, and East Baltimore Development, a community development agency, were moving ahead with plans for a new twenty-block Biotech Park and associated revitalization initiatives in the area.
Sanford said the potential for businesses on Nostrand Avenue to expand and thrive is great because the commercial strip is a half a block away from the SUNY Downstate Biotech Park, which is made up of the new Biotechnology Incubator, an ImClone Systems facility and two proposed bio-tech buildings in a two-block area.
"We've read about the success of Queensland, Australia's biotech hub; the issuance of a road map for biotech development in South Africa; and the establishment of a biotech park in the Philippines."
The next time I shift, we jerkily get out of first and I'm finally pulling away from the neatness of the biotech park toward the warehouse wasteland.
First, he said, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is redeveloping 53 acres near downtown to build a biotech park, which is pushing up land values all around.
In fact, a successful Cardax alone would create that." Meanwhile, Watumull already thinking 5-8 years out, working closely with visionary UH med school dean Ed Cadman (on HBI board) to get modern biotech park going in Kakaako.
The group also said it was looking at the possibility of realising some of the value of its US-based biotech park portfolio, although this is not likely to happen until 2005 or 2006.
Jacques Rubin also volunteers on a number of boards, including the East Baltimore Development Inc., a nonprofit working to develop a biotech park around Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
Various other entities have installed Vortechs Systems in the area, including units at a condominium development, a health care facility, and a state-of-the-art biotech park.