(ANSA) - TRIESTE, AUGUST 13 - "We too, like other realities, we find very difficult to get graduate students in science with experience and young graduates. There is a huge basic demographic problem. This is why, we need to mobilize resources and to be attractive, both for people coming from other regions than from other European countries, including the Balkans." It is the alarm launched by Stefano Casaleggi, general director of Area Science Park - public national research organization based in Trieste that promotes the development of innovation processes - in an interview with ANSA. Tracing the guidelines for the strategic development of Argo, the research project applied to the industrial system one year after its start, Casaleggi explained that the lack of young graduates and researchers in scientific fields represents a problem that concerns the all Triveneto (an area that includes the three Italian regions of Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Trentino-Alto Adige) "that fails to feed the offer of work". In order to "attract talents, skills and capital - Casaleggi added - the next calls Area Science Park will launch will be aimed at attracting young people from the Balkans and other parts of Europe". It is not easy, concludes the general director "but if you succeed in having a good reputation, you will create greater attractiveness." (ANSA).

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