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Cohesion and Cooperation

Danube Strategy in Action

Danube Strategy Point and the “Supercomputers and Intellectual Property Rights for successful Technology Transfer” consortium present concrete results translating the EUSDR’s actions. SMEs gain competitive advantage by applying High-Performance Computing (HPC) technology and Intellectual Property Rights may be protected.

The exhibition present mainly the results of researchers’ efforts to build prosperity in the region. Strengthening cooperation among academia, SMEs, the public sector and civil society proved significant in developing young people’s knowledge, skills and competences.

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Territorial scope Entire AUSTRIA/ÖSTERREICH, Entire БЪЛГАРИЯ / BULGARIA, Entire CROATIA/HRVATSKA, Entire ČESKO/CZECHIA, Stuttgart, Freiburg, Entire HUNGARY/MAGYARORSZAG, Entire MONTENEGRO/ЦРНА ГОРА/CRNA GORA, Entire ROMANIA, Entire SERBIA/SRBIJA/СPБИЈА, Entire SLOVAKIA/SLOVENSKO, Entire SLOVENIA/SLOVENIJA, NO E.U (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Rep. Moldova and Ukraine) Partners EU Strategy for the Danube Region, The “Supercomputers and Intellectual Property Rights for successful Technology Transfer” Consortium
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