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SCIENCE PARKS GO FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH

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Science parks are on the up, according to a three page survey in the Financial Times (p19). ...
Science parks are on the up, according to a three page survey in the Financial Times (p19).

Over the coming year the UK Science Park Association expects to add another 20 members to the 50 it already has. Local authorities, universities and the private sector are all showing interest in building specialist sites for high-technology businesses.

However one barrier could be planning, with science park enthusiasts dismayed by the battle over the Wellcome Trust's proposal to build a park next to its human genome centre in Cambridgeshire.

The survey includes case studies on science parks in Northern England, the Midlands, and Scotland and several entrepreneurs.
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