Science and technology park opens in Poland
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Gdansk University of Technology, the Medical University of Gdansk and the University of Gdansk are among the founders of a new science and technology park in the city. It has been named after Professor Hilary Koprowski, director of the biotechnology and advanced molecular medicine institute and the neurovirology centre at Thomas Jefferson University in the US.
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