Podcast, 10 years of technopolis of the Emilia-Romagna Region

Podcast, 10 years of technopolis of the Emilia-Romagna Region

On 11 March 2011, Bologna presented the high-tech network that connects research, universities, businesses with various initiatives to the European Union

The High Technology Network of the Emilia-Romagna Region
The High Technology Network of the Emilia-Romagna Region

Il future lives in Emilia Romagna, more innovative of the Italian Regions, as certified by the recent report called “European Innovation Scoreboard” ofXNUMX-XNUMX business days.
Da about ten years, the territory led by Bologna in fact boasts a real primacy in field of innovation, so much so that the11 March 2011 the territory presented itself to Brussels making aware of Commission la high-tech network made to connect Research, university, and business world.
A conference in Robert Schuman room and multimedia exhibition set at Berlaymont Palace illustrated two decades ago at the UE the architecture of 10 technopoles, 35 laboratories, 1600 researchers at work in the agri-food, construction, environmental energy, ICT and design, mechanics and materials, life sciences sectors: all initiatives capable of anticipate conceptually the current Big Data Technopole at the former tobacco factory in Bologna.
In a podcast of the time, which is worth listening to, they can be captured intentions and actions performed by the directors of the Emilia Romagna region to achieve these goals, almost perfectly made in 2021.

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A rendering of the Bologna Technopole destined to host the ECWMF
A rendering of the Bologna Technopole destined to host the ECWMF

An area much appreciated by Commissioner Johannes Hahn

Words of appreciation were expressed since then Commissioner for Regional Policies, the Austrian Johannes Hahn. Also for the Ministry of Economic Development Italian the high-tech network of the Emilia-Romagna Region was a model to be used as an example for Italy, as he illustrated Scarlett Rusca.
The network of technopolises coordinated by metropolitan city of Bologna produced significant results in a very short time, as demonstrated by i 369 research contracts in just 16 months for a value of 36 million euro, calculated at the end of 2010.
“The future requires commitment and resources”as he said a gloss of the podcast il President of the Emilia-Romagna Region of that period, the democrat from Ravenna Vasco Errani.

The Bologna office of ECWMF, the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts
The Bologna office of ECWMF, the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts