Romanian authorities have announced the completion of the feasibility study for Magurele Science Park, a socio-economic platform that will serve as a business incubator and research facility with the purpose of offering development opportunities for the entrepreneurial environment in the Bucharest and Ilfov area. The first phase of the project will be built on a 5-hectare space in Magurele town, located on the south-western edge of Bucharest, close to the ELI-NP (Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Power) research center, which is the home of the well-known “Magurele laser”. The laser at Magurele is the most powerful of its kind in the world and it could help in areas like discovering new radioactive isotopes to treat cancer or test materials used in space missions. ELI-NP is the most important scientific research center in Romania and in the region, with a total investment of EUR 300 million. The project’s website reads: “Magurele Science Park will encourage the convergence between the most competitive sectors of Romanian research and innovative entrepreneurship. It will contribute to the development of an attractive ecosystem for national and international knowledge-based companies and institutions, and as a result it will bring an important contribution to the regional and national… Read full this story
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