Exploring Bioscience Clusters

May 15, 2012 at 8:03 am Leave a comment

Collaboration leads to commercialization

While technology clusters are not a new concept, their commercial success in recent years has resulted from pointed efforts by Canadian governments, industries and academia to marshal their resources around ambitious goals. By fostering close collaboration and partnerships, teams of cluster players build processes and products that no one organization could conceive of or deliver alone.

More than that, cluster players work diligently and creatively to build international relationships with compatible organizations and technology communities abroad. Working across borders attracts the world’s best and freshest ideas to Canadian communities and, as a result, builds our pool of highly skilled workers. Successful clusters create a brain gain for Canada.

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http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/clusters/canada.html

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