Science and technology parks and university collaborations

Ali Gursel


Science and technology parks (STP) are seen as a catalyzer for the economic and industrial development for developing countries. For future STPs , it’s needed to determine from beginning to last version of them, their properties, similar and different structures, regional priorities, expectations and etc. This study will demonstrate to create a new science and technology parks, what the potential advantages and disadvantages are and what the factors should be taken account, etc. as a compiling review.

The success of the STPs close related to University collaborations. Universities are supporting the STP firms as researchers and laboratories. University based STPs have much more benefits for researches and innovations, incubation activities, start-up/spin off firms and entrepreneurship opportunities.

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ISSN: 2303-4521

Digital Object Identifier DOI: 10.21533/pen

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