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Computer Review Monitors Science and Technology Parks
Date:6/12/2013

Gloucester, MA (PRWEB) June 12, 2013

The role of science parks is one of the reasons cited for successful product advancement, and the reasons science parks get so much support is about more than just endorsing innovation -- science park start-ups have a high success rate. With their close ties to universities and businesses, science parks prove to be a good investment, and Computer Review tracks hundreds of them for information on their latest start-ups.

"Basically, science parks combine research and commercialization of new businesses and products and become incubators for start-ups," a Computer Review representative said. "Many of the new start-ups coming out of science parks today get to the next level." Accessing the science park's original documents is of vital importance for execs, investors and researchers. Computer Review's basic tool set, the Knowledge Economy Selection Chart and the smartphone and tablet app, Create, allows easy access to company announcements through Computer Review's databases.

Tech Crunch reported that StartX, the Stanford business accelerator, recently launched ten new start-up companies founded by Stanford students who need a launchpad for their ideas. By accessing this valuable information through Computer Review, subscribers know how bringing mentors together with Stanford's entrepreneurial students result in the start-ups quick launch, their expedited funding and fast profitability -- much faster than in the past. Computer Review makes subscribers aware of these innovative company launches. Science parks are becoming so important that they're even launching tech media centers like Tech Crunch, a StartX start-up.

With the innovative tools from Computer Review, subscribers follow science parks like Start Up America with insightful news articles and real-time company announcements as new entrepreneurs move concepts from idea to market. To underscore how important science parks have become, Tech Crunch recently reported on the new Russian government backed Sholkovo science park that has as many head-scratchers as it does backers. These events underscore the importance of the science park to the new global knowledge economy in the minds of government leaders, business mentors and university officials. That puts science parks squarely in the sights of Computer Reviews extensive data collection bots. Science parks, after all, are Internet based.

With Computer Review's focus on primary news sources, market jobs and promotions, employment listings, informative blogs and world-wide monitoring, how would subscribers know how a big social media company is growing and where to invest their money? When a new industry spawns a company worth one-hundred-million dollars, it's news you can find with Create and Computer Review.

Computer Review monitors 605 Science Parks in 69 countries daily. Its subscribers include government and university libraries and corporate research libraries. The subscriber's enjoy a one-stop, comprehensive resource to the knowledge economy, available online. Computer Review is continually updated to save subscribers time and money researching subjects like science parks and exciting start-up opportunities. The data is well organized and presented in real time for easy access. Why not subscribe to a database that can cut out 95% of the clutter in conventional searches and give you the information you need.

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