Dubai Science Park
|Free Economic Zone|
|Founded||2015, Dubai Holding subsidiary TECOM Investments|
|Headquarters||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
Dubai Science Park (DSP) is a freezone community that serves the value chain of the science sector and supports entrepreneurs, SMEs as well as multinational enterprises. Located approximtely 30 minutes from the Dubai International Airport, the DSP, formerly known as DuBiotech and EnPark, the community has grown to more than 280 companies in the life sciences, energy and environmental sectors. Armed with stellar ambitions, Dubai Science Park aims to be the vibrant platform of choice for businesses to innovate and progress in a truly dynamic community setting.
DSP provides commercial offices, warehouses and laboratory space as well as a robust infrastructure and a vibrant community for residents.
Dubai Science Park aims to play a significant role in Dubai’s Vision 2021 by facilitating a more sustainable and self-sufficient future that maximises the sustainable use of indigenous resources and talent. DSP will achieve this by supporting innovation in the sciences by fostering growth and change in the areas of human science, plant science, material science, environmental science and energy science. The company is a subsidiary of the Government of Dubai's holding company, Dubai Holding.
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