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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 IASP World Conference is a key platform for the leaders and top officials at science parks from various countries to meet, communicate and exchange experience.
All that is needed is proper engagement between those leading the WMCA plans and a regional grouping of the science parks. This would readily promote innovation coal-face values and shared experiences, without any significant capital expenditure.
MENAI Science Park Ltd has appointed FaulknerBrowns as architects for its proposed M-SParc development at Gaerwen on Anglesey.
The firm has taken the 5,600 sq ft Viscount Building at the University of Warwick Science Park, it has been revealed.
BIRMINGHAM Science Park chief executive David Hardman has been elected new chairman of the United Kingdom Science Park Association (UKSPA).
6, 2012 (CENS) -- The Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) Administration will begin soliciting enterprises to operate in Advanced Research Park and Erlin Science Park in August, with more than 100 companies already submitting applications, said Yang Wen-ke, director-general of the CTSP Administration.
The award recognises the science park seen to be "setting the pace" and connecting with the commercial sector.
What was most striking was the data regarding the actual economic impact of science parks on the UK economy.
SAN DIEGO: Silicon Border Development and ING Clarion Partners announced they have finalized collaboration and financing plans to build a large, state-of-the-art science park specifically targeting solar, LCD, nanotechnology, aerospace, and semiconductor companies.
LIVERPOOL Science Park has won international acclaim at the Science Alliance conference held in Spain.
Tampere Science Parks is a Finnish company that owns, leases and builds office properties and it specialises in facilities for technology-oriented businesses.
He pays special attention to science parks as a development policy option and the extent to which this policy has been adapted in the United States and major European and Asian countries.

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