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Amsterdam Science Park is home to one of the largest concentrations of beta sciences in Europe. This unique juncture of prestigious education, high-quality research and knowledge-intensive business has been carefully cultivated to stimulate innovation and collaboration. With the University of Amsterdam Faculty of Science, the Amsterdam University College, dozens of renowned research institutes and some 120 companies – from start-ups to multinationals – all working in the fields of IT, Life Sciences, advanced technology, and sustainability, Amsterdam Science Park has become a vibrant melting pot where business, science and innovation meet.

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Michiel Witlox, Online communication at Amsterdam Science Park, posted

Online Q&A session: Sustainability and solar cell energy

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This month’s theme is sustainability and solar cell energy. Guest speaker Erik Garnett will introduce the sustainability programme at AMOLF based at Amsterdam Science Park.

As leader of the Nanoscale Solar Cells group, Garnett will explain how research in nanotechnology could change the way we use sustainable energy. Researching the nanostructures of solar cells can improve our understanding of light absorption, charge separation and transport. This work could lead to new innovations in the energy transition, electrochemistry and circular energy.

When: Thursday May 27th
What time: 13:30 - 14:00
Where: online
Language: English

Interested? Everyone is welcome to join this Q&A Meet Up. Don't forget to sign up.

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Michiel Witlox, Online communication at Amsterdam Science Park, posted

Q&A about Amsterdam Science Park

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What is really so unique about Amsterdam Science Park? Who is working here or carrying out research? How did we get here? What are the long-term development plans for the park? What are the key trending issues in the industry? Which of the institutes and businesses based here could be of particular interest to your company?

During these monthly online sessions, we will lead you into the world of Amsterdam Science Park. No matter if you’re new to the science scene in the Amsterdam Area or you’ve been working here for years, it’s a fantastic way to learn about the ins and outs of the park and the innovations taking place here. It’s also a great way to introduce yourself, without any obligation. Pose a question in the next session and maybe you’ll find yourself part of a fascinating conversation that transforms your own business or outlook.

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Michiel Witlox, Online communication at Amsterdam Science Park, posted

Q&A Meet Up with Amsterdam Green Campus

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One of the key focus areas at the Amsterdam Science Park is sustainability. In this wide-ranging concept integration, cooperation and knowledge sharing are required to develop innovations and breakthroughs in the field.

To unlock the fundamental scientific expertise needed, we must enable co-creation with governments and business. The new SustainaLab, which will be ready in 2022, marks a big step towards facilitating the sustainability ecosystem.

One of the SustainaLab’s partners is the Amsterdam Green Campus. AGC is a foundation which focusses on sustainability and valorisation. The knowledge partners of AGC are the faculty of science of the UvA, Aeres school of applied sciences, Inholland, Wellantcollege and Clusius College, and therewith AGC links fundamental research with applied science and vocational education on green sustainability in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area. The focus areas of AGC are agriculture, food, life sciences and chemistry.

At this third Q&A session, we will talk about further possibilities for collaborations and the necessity of experiments.

Are you an innovative business, a startup or a social or governmental organisation that is actively tackling sustainability issues? And are you interested in collaborations or a new business location? If so, we’d be delighted to welcome you at our Q&A session. Sign up now!

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Michiel Witlox, Online communication at Amsterdam Science Park, posted

Growing innovation at Amsterdam Science Park

Peter Krijnsen, Director of UvA Ventures, explains why Amsterdam Science Park should be a powerhouse for new and innovative companies.

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Mrunal Gawade, Founder & CEO at Amsterdam Science Park, posted

Sales interns

I am a Computer Scientist at Amsterdam Science Park and founder of www.holofil.com a 3D visualization product for creating smart 3D visual user experiences for small scale businesses, educational venues, etc, in cities like Amsterdam. We are looking for Sales Interns to join our team with a focus on Amsterdam city in the beginning. Contact us to join a highly ambitious team of people building cool smart products to make our cities smarter.

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mrunal

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