Interview: Wayne Wang PhD – Director General, Hsinchu Science Park, Taiwan

UntitledWayne Wang, director general of Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), the country’s largest and oldest innovation cluster and the first in Taiwan to establish a science park exclusively dedicated to the life sciences industry, documents the potential of HSP as a world-class eco-system for start-ups, local and international mature companies, prestigious research centers, and students, as well as his priorities to further enhance academia-industry collaboration and cross sector interplay between the IC and life sciences sectors in an area that is widely considered “Taiwan’s Silicon Valley”. Could you introduce HSP to our international readers and explain what the importance of the life sciences industry is within the Park?
"The overall revenues generated by the companies implanted in these three science parks account for around 15 percent of Taiwan’s GDP."
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