Mato Grosso Technological Park



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The Mato Grosso Technological Park is an enterprise created and managed with the aim of promoting research and innovation in the technological area and encouraging cooperation between research institutions, universities and companies. This park is an important mechanism in the process of technological innovation in Mato Grosso, especially as it has the ability to promote the development of companies based on ideas and technologies generated in teaching and research institutions, but with the partnership of executives and entrepreneurs.


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