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All departments will be equipped with research facilities. Laboratories will be the most advanced in terms of extensive range of state-of-the-art equipment. Numerous basic, applied and social research centers of excellence will be the backbone of MIU Research and Development resources.



Last decade has witnessed a growing attention on the interaction between technical change, innovation and economic growth, which led to the rise of technology policies. Tools such as, science parks, research parks and incubators have become quite important for shaping science and technology policy in this sense.

The science and technology park of MIU will host High-Tech companies, employing R&D personnel. MIU will aim at enhancing R&D potential through university-industry collaboration. The university perspective will rely on the peripheral eco-innovation model that is composed of several units, each feeding the science park the supplementary influx needed. These will be:

• On / Off Incubation Centers that will help students to transfer their ideas
   into innovative companies.
• Technology Transfer Office that will work for commercialization of research outcomes.
• Business Angel Network will supply the early stage companies with necessary support.

Some Fields of Interest:

• Advanced Engineering (robotics)
• Biotechnology
• Chemistry
• Electronics
• Environment
• Health Care & Medicine
• Nano-Technology
• Renewable Energy
• Information and Communication Technology