Debrecen innovation complex receives HUF 583 mln
A consortium of the University of Debrecen, the city municipality, the local chamber of industry and development agency INNOVA has won European Union funding valued at nearly HUF 583 mln to build a knowledge park to support innovative research in Debrecen, eastern Hungary, representatives of the consortium said yesterday.
According to state news agency MTI, project manager Annamária Rácz Posán said they will cooperate with companies in three main sectors: pharmaceutical, food, and electronics and information technology. Debrecen Mayor László Papp said the aim of the project is to position the city as a cross-border center for innovation.
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