No: 13837| Thursday, July 09, 2020| 12:18 PM| Visit: 66

The first specialized innovation center in Qazvin science and technology park is opened in the presence of Sorena Sattari, the vice president for science and technology affairs, to provide a space for nurturing ideas and accelerating the pace of activities in the innovation and technology ecosystem of the province.
The center is opened with the support of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs and has provided space for 30 knowledge-based companies and startups in the center, which are active in the field of medicinal herbs, information technology and Internet of Things (IoT).
During the ceremony, Sattari stated: Qazvin is an effective and important province owing to its capacity of creative human resources and innovation. There are suitable infrastructures for economy of resistance in the province. However, the problems and barriers must be removed with the help of the governor and other provincial units.
Pointing out that the results of the trip will be operationalized at a fast space, Sattari added: support for the development of infrastructure from science and technology parks, growth and innovation centers, but the development and expansion of activities requires empathy between all to see serious activities in the field of knowledge-based economy.
Sattari regarded the lack of establishment of a research and technology fund in Qazvin a weakness that prevents the proper growth of small countries, suggesting the development of a fund in the province in the near future.
According to the report, Sattari visited the achievements and products of the scientific center in the Islamic Azad University, Qazvin Branch.
In addition, the second phase of the innovation center of the university (Shahid Soleimani Building) was opened in the presence of Sattari.
Moreover, Sattari met with Ayatollah Abedini, the representative of the supreme leader and the Friday Imam in Qazvin.
During the meeting, Sattari marked: the growth and development of the country in various fields will take place only when the work plan of the universities is changed and they move towards solving the problems of the people and the development of the country by changing their views.
He also expressed: we do not see any special changes in the views and attitudes of the knowledge-based companies in the main universities of Qazvin. Fortunately, the province's science and technology park has enjoyed better growth and development.
According to Sattari, there is still work to be done in Qazvin province to develop knowledge-based companies.
A report by the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs

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