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Potsdam Science Park

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Since the early 1990s, more than 400 million euros have been invested in the Potsdam Science Park, now the largest science location in the state of Brandenburg. More than 100 million euros from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) alone have been used, especially for the development of the science and research infrastructure and for equipping the institutes of the University of Potsdam and other research facilities located there, as well as for knowledge and technology transfer. More than 2,000 scientists and more than 9,000 students are currently learning, teaching and researching at Brandenburg's largest science park.

Since 2008, the Golm Location Management has been supporting the local developments in terms of strategic networking for local players and the establishment of cooperation structures, knowledge and technology transfer. The Golm Location Management is not only committed to the expansion of Golm as a science and research location, but also promotes the necessary services of general interest such as housing, educational and shopping facilities and as well as the local transport infrastructure, such as convenient transport connections to Potsdam city centre and to Berlin. In the future, a 10-hectare Technology Campus will also provide commercial settlement areas for spin-offs and other technology and research-oriented external tenants, thus ensuring the expansion of the Potsdam Science Park from an economic perspective.

For further information, visit potsdam-sciencepark.de

Blick auf die Fraunhofer-Institute IBMT und IAP von oben
(c) MWAE

Since the early 1990s, more than 400 million euros have been invested in the Potsdam Science Park, now the largest science location in the state of Brandenburg. More than 100 million euros from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) alone have been used, especially for the development of the science and research infrastructure and for equipping the institutes of the University of Potsdam and other research facilities located there, as well as for knowledge and technology transfer. More than 2,000 scientists and more than 9,000 students are currently learning, teaching and researching at Brandenburg's largest science park.

Since 2008, the Golm Location Management has been supporting the local developments in terms of strategic networking for local players and the establishment of cooperation structures, knowledge and technology transfer. The Golm Location Management is not only committed to the expansion of Golm as a science and research location, but also promotes the necessary services of general interest such as housing, educational and shopping facilities and as well as the local transport infrastructure, such as convenient transport connections to Potsdam city centre and to Berlin. In the future, a 10-hectare Technology Campus will also provide commercial settlement areas for spin-offs and other technology and research-oriented external tenants, thus ensuring the expansion of the Potsdam Science Park from an economic perspective.

For further information, visit potsdam-sciencepark.de