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Poznan Science and Technology Park of Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation


Established in 1995 within the Adam Mickiewicz University Foundation, Poznan Science and Technology Park (PSTP) is Poland’s first centre of this kind. Our Park initiated a lot of activities in the field of science and economy cooperation and development of new technologies. Since the beginning, PSTP supports business incubation process and technology services related to the commercialization of knowledge, provides information and assistance concerning participation in European research programs, and takes initiatives to promote academic entrepreneurship and implementation of regional innovation policies and forms of cooperation.


Poznan is the fifth most populous city in Poland and one of the largest economic centres in the country. It is an important road and rail hub, Poznań-Ławica International Airport operates here. Five national roads and seven voivodeship roads converge in Poznań, and eight railway lines run through the Poznań railway junction.


  • support for entrepreneurship,
  • equity investments,
  • technology transfer,
  • research and innovation projects,
  • research services and technology development in PSTP,
  • chemistry,
  • biotechnology,
  • waste management,
  • Poznan Radiocarbon Laboratory,
  • modern DataCenter,
  • Archaeology Centre,
  • space rental.


Poznan Science and Technology Park
ul. Rubież 46
61-612 Poznań
tel: +48 61 827 97 00
e-mail: ppnt@ppnt.poznan.pl

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