Aalborg University establishes innovation centre in capital region  

2009.03.03
Aalborg University in northern Jutland has established a new innovation and knowledge centre in mobile and wireless technology at its campus in Ballerup near Copenhagen
Aalborg University in northern Jutland has established a new innovation and knowledge centre at its campus in Ballerup near Copenhagen which will give small enterprises operating in mobile and wireless communication technology a unique opportunity to collaborate with major players in the industry such as Motorola, Nokia and Terma, writes financial daily newspaper Børsen.
 
Professor Knud Erik Skouby at the new centre told Børsen that the idea is to create an environment for mobile and wireless technology in the capital region which is interesting to both small and large companies as well as research and educational institutions.
 
The Danish Enterprise and Construction Authority and Vækstforum (Growth Forum) are granting DKK 11m (USD 1.9m) in funding over the next four years out of a budget of DKK 15m (USD 2.5m)
 
Professor Skouby says that the money will generally be spent on three areas: "We will investigate why similar [initiatives] have worked in other countries. We will initiate new projects, put groups together and apply for EU money. And then we will include the Baltic Sea region to create a cluster where we can also carry out large projects."
 
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