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Pardis science and technology park will identify the best technological issues and ideas

 

Pardis technology park has aimed to encourage and support research and development activities of member companies by holding a competition to identify the best technological issues.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, in line with encouraging and supporting research, development and research activities by member countries of Pardis Technology Park, a competition will be held to identify the best technological issues.

The main goals of the competition include focusing and assigning support facilities to research activities in line with solving the best technological issues, helping the recognition of creative teams and experts to cooperate with companies in line with solving problems, reducing costs of research and development of companies and access to more innovative ideas, helping the commercialization of ideas and reducing the risk of technology development. In this regard, the technological issues and companies will be awarded by Pardis Technology Park.

Pardis Technology Park has been established since 2005 as the largest and most important technology park of the country by receiving a license from higher education development council and with the cooperation of a number of universities and research centers of the country in line with the commercialization of technological achievements and laying the foundation for growth of technology and development of the market for knowledge-based companies. In addition, this park is active as one of the sub-organizations of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs.

To date, more than 240 knowledge-based units from more than 1900 applicants in the area of advanced technologies, including information and communication technologies, biotechnology, nanotechnology, new materials, mechanics, and automation, have become the members of the park and have based their engineering and deigning offices in the park.

 


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