In Aachen University, Institute of Materials for Electronics (RWTH Aachen, Institut fur Wekstoffe der Elektronik) created an innovative center that is part of the institute and is engaged in the creation and transfer to industry of its basic development. One performed at the University under the guidance of prof. Vaser (Prof. Waser) work (material for the creation of electronic media) has received as a result of passage of the contest state support. This support is provided for the period 1995-1999, 12 million DM for the development of appropriate industrial technology for production of the material and the creation of appropriate equipment. This work was successfully completed, and three members of the Institute (including the prof. Vaser and Eng. Tidke SA) was established by a private company, which will deal with the release of such material on the basis of the development center. The Institute submitted to the Centre all the necessary rights (including rights to intellectual property) and render all assistance to such transfers at the most favorable conditions created by state funds received from the equipment (over 20% of the initial cost of the first payment after one year of the company) . Interestingly, the transfer created by a private company owned by the university and set up equipment for the state money is not only seen as helping new businesses, but also as an incentive for continuous updating of the equipment itself in the university. It does not provide any refund to the State, the state government or university selected for the project money. The main purpose of the allocation of these funds – the development of small businesses and job creation in the priority areas, especially in high technology. The result is a super-modern development of industry in this particular region. Instead of paying unemployment benefits, the government receives taxes from current production and on working on it people. Newly created company will initially consist of only a few people and placed in an existing at the University Technology Park (one of many in the region), paying less than half the vernacular rent (10 DM / sq.m. A month instead adopted on 22 DM / sq. m). In addition, another 4.5 DM / sq. m per month will pay for infrastructure technology park (communications secretary, conference room, etc.) and utilities. Such preferential treatment will last the first few years, then the firm would go completely on their own bread. ” According to Mr. Tidke, this mechanism works well and is widely used both in the region of Aachen, and in general in Germany, where today hundreds of innovative operating centers and industrial parks. In this work the state and the relevant state governments largely focused on the creation and support of small business in the priority areas for the region. And it is a small business is now the basis of German industry and creates a vast majority of new jobs, while in large enterprises the number of employed continuously decreases. Thus, companies with more than 500 staff employed at present only about 20% of the working population in Germany, while 40% work in companies with fewer than 20 people. Thus, enterprises and organizations employing from 1 to 500 employees working 80% of the total working age population, which create the appropriate share of national product.