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The expression “science and technology park” is used to denote areas based on the tripartite cooperation between companies interested in technology, research and development institutions and universities. In its physical form, a science and technology park (offices and the buildings of research institutes, laboratories and companies) is mostly concentrated in an isolated or enclosed space in a fancy environment. Nowadays, “Science Park” is the most common term, which can also be used as an umbrella term for science and technology parks, innovation centers, research parks and even technopolises. 

As the international examples clearly show, the establishment of science parks not only boosts economic development but also aims to contribute to regional and community development (the parks are often placed in sparsely populated, rural regions, or in debilitated neighborhoods to revitalize them with the help of the multiplier effect)