The Members

The following organizations are institutional members of The Technopolicy Network (click on the name to learn more about the organization):




 Amsterdam, the Netherlands



Boston, MA, USA

Coimbra, Portugal



Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre


Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Fairfax, VA, USA


Moncton, NB, Canada

Philadelphia, PA, USA



Pretoria, South Africa


San Jose, CA, USA


Shanghai, China



Tampere, Finland

The Hague, the Netherlands


Zelenograd Development Corporation


Kennispark Twente, the Netherlands


Is your organization interested in joining The Technopolicy Network as institutional member? Click here for more information.


Individual members of the Technopolicy Network include the following organizations:

canada Advanced Applied Physics Solutions
oostenrijk Ausseninstitut der Montanuniversität Leoben
Campania Innovazione S.p.A.
CimArk SA
City of Akron, Ohio
venezuela Coroula a.c. Universiade de Los Andes
nederland Duijsens Project- en interim management
Foundation The Ark
canada Greater Peterbourgh Innovation Cluster
canada Impact Group
nederland J.J. Duivenvoorden Consultancy
finland Laurea University of Applied Science
canada Mitacs Inc.
canada National Research Council
nederland Nomis Development
nederland SMB Nijmegen BV Facililties and Support in Life Sciences
Research Council of Norway
 S. Carlos Science Park
Technical University Ostrava
duitsland Technologiepark Herzogenrath
Technoport SA
nederland University of Maastricht
polen Wroclaw University of Technology
belgie Wallonia Space Logistics
usa Washington DC

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