science park

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science park

n
(Commerce) an area usually linked with a university where scientific research and commercial development are carried on in cooperation
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science park

nForschungspark m
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science park

npolo di ricerca scientifica applicata
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The Law and Justice Commission asked the Higher Education Commission to consider setting up a 'biotech park' for benefit of undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The noteworthy ones include the First Technology Park at Bangalore, First Software Park at Chennai, Bengal Intelligent Park & First Digital Park at Kolkata, International Biotech Park at Pune, TCG Financial Center & First International Financial Center at Mumbai and the proposed World Trade Centre at Gurgaon and proposed Multi Services SSEZ at Delhi.
ByShuprotim Bhaumik One of the most important decisions facing the next Nassau County Executive involves the current proposal to convert the Nassau Hubs Coliseum site into a Biotech Park. That effort is an important first step to attract much-needed job opportunities in the knowledge industry to Long Island.
Forest Park is also slated to house Quest Diagnostics, which is in the process of moving its laboratory space from Biotech Park in Worcester.
ACM was founded in 2004 by Michael Roehl and has offices in downtown Berlin and near the internationally renowned Biotech Park in the northern district of Berlin-Buch.
(Houston, Texas)."Our aim is to build a conducive biotech park with comprehensive infrastructure, utilities and facilities to support the industrial and healthcare biotechnology companies in biomanufacturing and bioprocessing;'said Rizatuddin Ramli, CEO of Malaysian Bio-XCell Sdn Bhd., a joint venture company between BiotechCorp and UEM Land.
Hsuan Yung-yeo, chairman of Life Pioneer Management Consulting and son of John Hsuan, reported yesterday (July 16) that more than 10 Taiwanese biotech firms have expressed willingness to set up operations in the Taiwan biotech park, in order to combine Taiwan's biotech resources with the mainland Chinese market and foray into the global biotech market.
"The biotech park is a largely blank campus on which we have the unique opportunity to paint some beautiful things," says Elliman, who sees it as a place where ideas born on campus can be developed into successful businesses.
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.
Vimta has a world-class current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) facility at SP Biotech Park, Genome Valley, Hyderabad.
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, 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).