On this site you can find Turku Science Park Ltd’s previous projects. Find current projects on our Projects site.

 

BIOPEN

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Duration: 1.5.2017 – 31.12.2019
Project partners: BioEconomy Cluster ja CLIB 2021, Germany, Green Chemistry Cluster, Poland, BioBasedDelta – cluster, Holland, PNO/ Ciaotech Srl, Italy, Innovation Engineering Srl, Italy, Europe Unlimited, Belgium ja National Technical University of Athens, Greece. Smart Chemsitry Park / Turku Science Park Oy, Finland
Funding: Horizon2020 / Bio-based industries
Project in a nutshell: The  project brings together European bio-economic clusters and aims to find new opportunities for cooperation in the bioenergy industry. The project web site provides information on European project funding opportunities related to the bio-economy and other relevant information on patents and freely available scientific publications. Companies and universities can also search for partners to design and implement a common EU project. Bio-economic clusters participating in the project will organize networking events in different countries, where they can explore other European bio-economists and find opportunities for cooperation.
Contact person in Turku Science Park Ltd:: Reeta Huhtinen

 

CB HealthAccess – Access to Distant Markets in Health and Wellness 

Duration: 1.9.2015 – 31.12.2018
Project partners: Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Tartu Biotechnology Park, Turku Science Park ltd, Enixus Baltics Latvia, Swedish Medtech cluster
Funding: Central Baltic Interreg program Budget: 1 242 359,33 Eur from the European Regional Development Fund.
Project in a nutshell: CB HealthAccess focuses on supporting health technology companies to enter into new distant markets with their products. Each project partner has chosen one distant market where it has good experience (a partner organisation and at least one client company has achieved sales) and will open this market to the clients of other project partners. The selection of markets is from the other hand based on the potential target markets of partner cluster companies. The project will result in 73 health companies supported in market access to four distant markets and at least 12 companies selling.
Contact person in Turku Science Park Ltd:: Teppo Laaksonen
Further information >>  www.cbhealthaccess.eu

 

CB Springboard

Duration: 1.12.2015 – 31.1.2018
Project partners: University of Turku (Turku, Finland), Turku Science Park Ltd (Turku, Finland), Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol (Tallinn, Estonia), Tallinn University of Technology (Tallinn, Estonia), Latvia Technology Park (Riga, Latvia) and Riga Technical University (Riga, Latvia)
Funding: Central Baltic Interreg Programme 2014 – 2020.

Results: Central Baltic Startup Springboard supported the development of new startups in Turku, Tallinn and Riga and their cross-border collaboration.Total budget for the project was 1.338.502 EUR of which 1.078.053 ERDF. Project period was 01.11.2015-31.01.2018.

Springboard provided a supported path towards entrepreneurship by implementing three joint 10-week business acceleration programs and coaching for the most potential teams. Targeted B2B matchmaking activities were also organised in order to support already established early-stage companies. By combining expertise across borders, it is easier to find potential business ideas and to establish globally competitive joint teams with versatile know-how and experience.

The goals set for the project were achieved. The final meeting in September 2017 summarised the best practises and lessons learned by the organisers and participants of the Springboard accelerator programmes. 81 teams with 179 team members in three cities participated in the project. The Project supported the creation of a total of 18 registered cross-border co-operative companies, four of which were joint companies. CB Springboard succeeded in increasing the cross-border collaboration of start-ups and business development organisations in Turku, Tallinn and Riga.

Further information: http://www.cbspringboard.eu/en
Contact person in Turku Science Park Ltd:: Johanna Puhtila

 

Life Science -kiihdyttämö 

Toteutusaika: 1.8.2016–31.12.2018
HankepartneritTurun yliopisto, Turun ammattikorkeakoulu Oy
Rahoitus: EAKR (50%) ja TEM (17%)
Sisältö: Tavoitteena on, Varsinais-Suomen maakuntastrategian mukaisesti, luoda uudenlainen ja pysyvä alueellinen toimialaspesifinen yhteistoimintarakenne ja -prosessi, joka tehostaa ja kiihdyttää alueen Life Science -alan kansainvälisesti kilpailukykyisten innovaatioiden tunnistamista ja jatkokehittämistä kaupallistamiskelpoisiksi sekä varhaisvaiheen yritysten kasvua ja kansainvälistymistä. Kiihdyttämön uudenlainen toimintamalli tulee olemaan laatuaan ensimmäinen Suomen life science -toimialalla. Life Science -kiihdyttämöhanke on valmisteltu yhteistyössä alueen keskeisten toimijoiden kanssa eli Turun ammattikorkeakoulu Oy (Turun AMK), Turun yliopisto, Varsinais-Suomen sairaanhoitopiirin kuntayhtymä / Turun yliopistollinen keskussairaala (Tyks) ja Åbo Akademi.
TScP Oy:n tehtävät: TScP vastaa toimenpidekokonaisuuksista 1,4,5 ja 6. Toimenpidekokonaisuudessa 1. luodaan uudenlainen, alueellista yhteistyötä syventävä ja tehostava Life Science -kiihdyttämön toimintamalli. Toimenpidekokonaisuudessa 4. rakennetaan kiihdyttämön toimintamallin eri toimenpiteiden käyttöön monipuolinen temaattinen verkosto. Toimenpidekokonaisuudessa 5. luodaan ja pilotoidaan mentoroinnin toimintamalli, jonka avulla saadaan arvokasta tietoa siitä, minkälaista vaikuttavuutta syvällisellä ja pitkäkestoisella mentoroinnilla saavutetaan erilaisiin asiakasryhmiin (korkeakoululähtöiset tiimit ja varhaisvaiheen yritykset) ja life science-alatoimialoihin. Toimenpidekokonaisuudessa 6 tuotetaan viestintämateriaalia ja hankeraportteja rahoittajan sääntöjen mukaisesti.
Yhteyshenkilö TScP Oy:ssäHanna Halme
Lue lisää >> www.lifesci.ac ja www.turkusciencepark.com/life-science-kiihdyttamo


LicenseUp – Liiketoimintaa aineettomista oikeuksista 

Duration: 1.4.2017 – 30.4.2019
Funding: ESF 75%
Project in a nutshell: The LicenceUp -project seeks to improve the creative, especially gaming and audiovisual industry, SME’s capabilities and turnover by improving their ability to utilize immaterial properties more efficiently. The project will also educate business development organizations nationwide into the matter. In addition to raising awareness and coaching, the project will matchmake creative industry SME’s with potential licensees from other industries.
Contact person in Turku Science Park Ltd:: Lotta Mujo

 

Scandria®2Act – Sustainable and Multimodal Transport Actions in the Scandinavian-Adriatic Corridor 

Duration: 1.5.2016 – 30.5.2019
Project partners: 19 partners from Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark ans Germany.
Funding: Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020
Project in a nutshell: Main objective is to foster clean multimodal transport to increase connectivity and competitiveness of corridor regions while minimising negative environmental impact  induced by transport.
Contact person in Turku Science Park Ltd: Pipa Turvanen
Lue lisää >> www.scandria-corridor.eu

 

Smart City Guidance (6Aika) 

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Duration: 1.9.2017–31.12.2019
Project partners: City of Helsinki, City of Tampere, City of TurkuTurku University of Applied Sciences and Turku Science Park Ltd
Funding: European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
Project in a nutshell:Providing people with guidance in urban areas can increase the attractiveness, safety and hospitality of cities. In order to function properly, the methods of guidance must be coherent, coordinated, outreaching and capable of providing memorable experiences. A comprehensive concept of city guidance includes both traditional and modern technological solutions. We are building a new Smart City Guidance concept for the cities of Turku, Tampere and Helsinki. The concept encompasses every aspect of city guidance and provides a handbook for cities, companies and stakeholders. Rapid experiments enable companies to be involved in creating an innovative guidance concept with us and test and develop their products.
Duties of TScP Ltd.: Project coordinator.
Contact person in Turku Science Park Ltd: Elina Malén
Project web sitehttps://itsasign.fi/en/frontpage/

 

SME2GO – Central Baltic Region Smart City Solutions for Global Cities 

Duration: 1.10.2015 – 30.9.2018
Project partner: SISP Swedish Incubators & Science Parks, Stockholm, Sweden, Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Tallinn, Estonia, Turku Science Park Ltd, Turku, Finland, Västerås Science Park AB, Västerås, Sweden, Posintra Ltd, Porvoo, Finland
Funding: 1.419.997, 25 euros from the European Regional Development Fund.
Project in a nutshell: The project SMEtoGo aims at: Improving the competitiveness of smary city solution provides. The project brings together SMEs and their knowhow , trains them in sales and marketing skills, provides market intelligence and forms consortia out of these SMEs with readiness to enter new  markets. The project will result in: During the project, 3 -5 cross border consortia of Central Baltic smart city SME’s are formed and 2-3 new sales in relevant target markets achieved either during or shortly (1-2 years) after the project implementation.
Contact person in Turku Science Park Ltd: Sami Uusitalo
Further information: http://sme2go.eu/