Over 3,500 years ago, the area which is now the science park
was a coastal area, where seashells, stone tools, and pottery shards were found.
The three-storey, 5,000 sq m science park
, constructed to BREEAM Excellence standards, hosts a state-of-the-art laboratory, office and workshop space, and meeting rooms - as well as a cafe where employees from across the science park
and students from Bangor University can meet to share knowledge and ideas.
Consequently, a new HQ project was announced to complement Dubai Science Park
's current facility in Dubailand.
Pryderi ap Rhisiart, Project Manager, Menai Science Park
Ltd, said: "M-SParc, as the name implies, aims to provide a spark to not only ignite innovation and entrepreneurship across North Wales, but also to create an exciting and unique environment for companies and employees alike.
Overall 750 businesses have been based at the University of Warwick Science Park
since it was created.
Now science park
workers say the council has failed to capitalise on an opportunity to ease the historic problem of connecting Eastside companies to the rest of the city.
On the other hand, transformed from an obsolete, traditional industrial park into a precision machinery industry park, the Erlin Science Park
is spread over a land area of 123 hectares as part of CTSP, and for machinery suppliers.
The science park
, which opened in 2006, is a not-for-profit company with three governing members.
A planning committee report said: "The building is intended to build on the success of the existing science park
and provide opportunities for the establishment and growth of new enterprises in association with Liverpool's John Moores university and Liverpool university.
The Silicon Border Science Park
is a joint venture and is being developed in four phases.
He pays special attention to science parks
as a development policy option and the extent to which this policy has been adapted in the United States and major European and Asian countries.