Szeged Uni opens incubator at new science park

Innovation

The University of Szeged (170 km southeast of Budapest) inaugurated an incubator in its new science park this week, according to state news agency MTI.

The incubator is the first facility to be completed at Science Park Szeged, next to the ELI-ALPS super laser research center.

The 3,300 sqm, three-story building was renovated by Ferroép. An automotive industry competency center will be the next building to be completed in the 85-hectare science park. A cooperation agreement between the Ministry for Innovation and Technology and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) was signed at the ceremony.

Minister for Innovation and Technology László Palkovics said the agreement intensifies Hungarian researchers' involvement with the European body.

Hungary has been a member of the EMBL network since 2017 and Hungarian institutions are participating in 14 EMBL research programs at present, he added.

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