Far East?s Yakutia announces its own high tech park

Far East?s Yakutia announces its own high tech parkRussia?s Far Eastern region of Yakutia is planning by 2015 its own high tech park to accommodate biotech, nanotech, IT and cryotech developers.

Russia?s Far Eastern region of Yakutia (Sakha) is planning by 2015 its own high tech park, Russian news agency Interfax ? Far East reports citing a statement by Anatoly Semenov, the CEO of Yakutia, a techno-park already in operation in the area. According to Mr. Semenov, the future park will accommodate innovation companies working on biotechnology, nanotechnology, IT, and cryotechnology. ?Companies to join the project will be selected on a tender basis. At the moment, we have 65 bids from a range of entities for residency in the park. Therefore we believe that the idea of establishing a separate high tech park is well justified,? he said. The Republic of Yakutia (Sakha) is by far the largest single province of Russia?and of the world; it covers a territory equivalent to that of five Frances...