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BaltMet Inno WP 3 "Cluster Development" final event conference

On November 13th BaltMet Inno WP 3 "Cluster Development" conference "Transnational Cluster Alliances - Connecting Neighbours in the Baltic Sea Region" hosted by TSB Innovationsagentur Berlin GmbH in cooperation with WISTA MANAGEMENT GMBH took place in Berlin

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Balt Met Inno seminar in the framework of Open Days in Brussels on 9th October 2007.

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Seminar at Open Days in Brussels on 9 October 2007

In collaboration with the Baltic Sea Group, BaltMet Inno will arrange the seminar "Boosting Innovation through Metropolitan Partnership".

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BaltMet Inno Workshops in St. Petersburg, 13-15 June 2007

From 13 - 15 June, the City of St. Petersburg hosted a number of BaltMet Inno workshops and BaltMet network meetings.

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Berlin

Berlin is the capital and the biggest city of Germany. The population is about 3.5 million and the city extends over an area of 889 sq. km.
Berlin has strongly developed scientific potential; four universities, 11 colleges or  universities of applied sciences and more than 170 public or private research-institutes. There are more than 130 000 students and around 50 000 people employed in science, research and development in Berlin. With 2.1 percent R&D personnel of the working age population Berlin wins the first place in Germany.
The most important science and technology oriented industry sectors in Berlin are biotechnology, medical engineering, ICT, traffic engineering, optics and microsystems technologies.
Berlin holds a leading position in Germany in innovation performance and technology potential creating positive climate for entrepreneurs and start ups. Highest numbers of newly founded start ups in Germany are in Berlin.
There are four science and technology parks in Berlin. Berlin-Adlershof spreading to over 420 ha area is the largest and most famous science park in Berlin known as the 'City of Science, Technology and Media'.
The Berlin Senate has adopted an active role in developing the city and the state into an attractive innovation environment. In 2003, the Senate published a report on Innovation-, Research- and Technical Services of Berlin (Landes-Innovationsbericht).
 

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