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Science park networking study

The SPRINT Science Park Consultancy Scheme is currently examining the feasibility of a Project for Networks of Science Parks and the diffusion of Advanced Telematic Tools (SPNET) in conjunction with DG XVI and DG XIII, after a call for tenders for the study was made earlier th...

The SPRINT Science Park Consultancy Scheme is currently examining the feasibility of a Project for Networks of Science Parks and the diffusion of Advanced Telematic Tools (SPNET) in conjunction with DG XVI and DG XIII, after a call for tenders for the study was made earlier this year (OJ C 204 of 12.8.1992). A first step for SPNET is to determine the real needs involved and to establish ways of building human networks between parks and between tenants at regional, national and international levels. The telematic connections between the parks will support the transfer of technology, exchanges of experience and cooperation between science parks and firms as well as research centres located in these parks. The Science Park Consultancy Scheme was launched in July 1992 by the strategic programme for innovation and technology transfer (SPRINT), 1989-1993.

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