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Association of University Research Parks

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Aims of the association
To promote and support the development and operation of university research parks worldwide. In 1986, a handful of farsighted research park directors, recognizing that the concept of university related research parks was taking hold in board rooms around the world, organized the first international conference in the United States to discuss the future of research parks. From that gathering in Tempe, Arizona, the Association of University Related Research Parks (AURRP), was formed in response to a growing interest in research and development activities based in unique planned properties. The name was changed to the Association of University Research Parks (AURP) in 2001.
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Address: 6262 N. Swan, Suite 100
Tucson, Arizona 85718
City: Tucson, Arizona
Post code: 85718
Country: United States
Telephone: +1-520-5292521 Send mail:
Telefax: +1-520-5292499 Web site:
  Mr. Harold Strong, Jr.

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  Mr. Eileen Walker

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  Ms. Chelsea Simpson
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Registration and Classification
Registration date: Geographical coverage:global
Registration place: Type of the association:formal
Beginning of operation:1986
Ordinary members: Associate, affiliate, supporting members:
science / technology parks
Number of members Possible types of membership
Full (regular) members: 0
Associate members:
Membership criteria
AURP's primary community consists of planned and operating research parks and technology incubators around the world. A variety of university, governmental, not-for-profit and private organizations interested in the development and operation of technology projects and programs, comprise the balance of AURP's membership.
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