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April 2017
 
 
German electronics giant Bosch is the latest multinational company to arrive at Amsterdam Science Park. The new Bosch UvA Lab boosts knowledge sharing in fundamental machine learning research. In future, machines and devices will be capable of autonomously learning from experience and acting on this basis.  Read more
 
 
 
 
Media attention highlights the park’s strong record in fostering agenda-setting disruptive technologies. “We are in a great position as we have the knowledge and infrastructure needed to accelerate innovations like no one else,” according to Leo le Duc, director of Amsterdam Science Park.  Read more
 
 
Industrial sustainable chemistry pioneer Avantium moves into Amsterdam Science Park – and starts a collaboration with the University of Amsterdam – to bridge the gap between science and application. Read more
 
 
 
 
Amsterdam Innovation Exchange invites companies to preview the groundbreaking entries for the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award 2017 so they can find a perfect match to help their business innovate further. The Science & Business event links research scientists with pioneering ideas to entrepreneurs. Read more
 
 
A new mobile network solution from Amsterdam Science Park-based Tallgrass and OPNT could be the next GPS. The technology delivers a more accurate clock signal in mobile phones, which is essential for an efficient, reliable service. ”We expect a national roll-out in the future,” says Reindert Hommes, co-founder of Tallgrass. Read more
 
 
 
 
Liesbeth Rigter is the CEO of MoneYou, an online banking company based at Amsterdam Science Park. “Amsterdam Science Park is a good fit for us thanks to its Internet heritage, infrastructure and IT cluster. Another reason why we’re here is the innovative mind set.” Read more 
 
 
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