Rodonaia, Elizbar; Severová, Lucie
September 2013
Media4u Magazine;2013, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p14
Academic Journal
Cooperation between the Czech Academy of Sciences and universities in the Czech Republic creates the required synergy for the development of science and education, including research leading to innovation, and contributes to the effective value of invested public funds. WEF ranks the Czech economy among the countries "driven by innovation" at a level comparable with its neighbours.


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