Science Park is being built in Debrecen

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A 6000 m2 science park is being built at the site of the Debrecen National Instruments.

300 research engineers will be working at the new science park once it is built up. The development costs almost 4 billion Forints, from which the European Union provides 1,9 billion Forints.


Alex Davern, vice-president of the American National Instruments, Robert Peaslee, commercial councilor of the American Embassy of Budapest, Sándor Czomba, Hungarian under-secretary and Zoltán Pajna, vice-mayor of Debrecen are celebrating the new science park on 4 March 2014.



Photos: Zsolt Czeglédi

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