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The Influence of Constructing Science and Technology Parks on the Integration of Knowledge Production and Emanation of Products and Services

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Master of Architecture, Lecturer Department of architectural, Qazvin Branch,Islamic Azad University,Qazvin,IRAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 3, Issue (10), Pages 96-99, October,2 (2014)


Development of technology as a main and vital concept for reaching the economy based on knowledge and healthful is an undeniable fact which has to be analyzed from all perspectives. Technology plays an important role in all of our lives and it is introduced as enormous and huge business in order to accomplish social welfare and wealth. To solve this conundrum, developed countries of the world consider total system of science, technology and industry under a general system named as the innovation system together and they interact with each other. Science and technology parks are one of the components relevant to this system which have a significant role in integrating the knowledge and producing goods with high quality. It has been attempted in this investigation to survey the situation of science and technology parks in transferring technology notions. It means that paying attention to the technology concept in the processes of developing the technology I a suitable environment has the potential to create the sustainable economic value. Thus, there are reasons which prove the technology sequence could create economic value in a form of dynamic pattern including creation and innovation increase and most importantly increasing building science and technology parks.


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