Science Parks

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Science And Technology In Brussels - Science Parks
... Several science parks associated with the universities are spread over the Brussels-Capital Region ... Da Vinci Research Park Erasmus Research Park Mercator Research Park Vesalius Research Park ...
Science Park - Purpose - Sharing of Ideas
... In Europe, Pierre Laffitte, the mastermind and founder of Sophia Antipolis Science Park in France, described the concept of cross fertilization as the interchange ... this concept for the creation of Sophia Antipolis science park ... minds.He decided to apply the concept in France, thus the Sophia Antipolis Science Park ...
Science Park - Management
... The Association of University Research Parks (AURP), a non-profit association made up of university-affiliated research parks, defines university research and science ... or operational relationship with one or more science/research institutions of higher education ... Research parks exist to enhance collaboration between academia, industry and government ...
Portugal - Economy - Science and Technology
... under the authority of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education (MCTES) itself and the MCTES's Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT) ... the IPATIMUP, the Instituto de Biologia Molecular e Celular and the Abel Salazar Biomedical Sciences Institute ... one of the highest monetary prizes of any science prize in the world ...

Famous quotes containing the words parks and/or science:

    Perhaps our own woods and fields,—in the best wooded towns, where we need not quarrel about the huckleberries,—with the primitive swamps scattered here and there in their midst, but not prevailing over them, are the perfection of parks and groves, gardens, arbors, paths, vistas, and landscapes. They are the natural consequence of what art and refinement we as a people have.... Or, I would rather say, such were our groves twenty years ago.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Man lives for science as well as bread.
    William James (1842–1910)