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08/02/2019
Barcelona Synchrotron Park’s #10YearChallenge
Let’s take advantage of the # 10YearChallenge phenomenon recently appeared on the social networks, which consists of publishing next to the other two photos of the same person made with 10 years of difference, to apply it to our Park (see image).

On this montage, it can be seen how, between 2008 and 2018, Barcelona Synchrotron Park (BSP) has become a reality with the installation of different companies, among them, the iconic Alba synchrotron operating since 2012.

Undoubtedly, the crisis slowed down the realization of more projects, however, the arrival next month of April of Natura Bissé to occupy its new corporate headquarters reflects the new dynamics that BSP lives thanks to the quality of its offer.

In addition to its high level infrastructures (own 200 MVA electric substation connected to the Spanish grid (220 kV), district heating and cooling, seven telecom operators with their own networks, Data Centers, etc.), the main asset BSP can offer to worldwide companies is its environment conducive to innovation.

We obviously find there the ALBA synchrotron, the largest scientific facility in south-western Europe; the UAB university with 4,000 researchers in 30 research centers and its PRUAB technology transfer and incubation center; the EURECAT technology center; the ESADE business school and its ESADE Creapolis business and incubator center… and a dense industrial fabric of more than 10,000 companies within a 5km radius around ALBA.

The # 15YearChallenge will necessarily be very exiting!
 

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