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Recent Activities

December, 2012

The international venture symposium was held on December 10, 2012

February, 2012

To assess our systems and organization by external experts from Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Fraunhofer Japan and British Consulate-General Osaka in February, 2012

December, 2011

NAIST International Venture Symposium was held at NAIST on December, 2011 with over 100 participants including many foreign students

October, 2011

Presented NAIST and its researches at Tech World Exhibition (London).

September, 2011

Two weeks of overseas training for the human resource development program is conducted every year

August, 2011

Members from Singapore A*STAR & IMRE visited NAIST on August 2011 to have a special seminar seeking possibility of Japan-Singapore joint research supported by JST

April, 2011: Intellectual Property Achievement Award to NAIST as a whole University

At the Japan Patent Office on Invention Day (April 18, 2011), the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Commissioner of the Japan Patent Office presented intellectual property achievement awards to individuals and companies that have contributed to the expansion and development of the industrial property rights system.  This was the first time the award was given to an university and was in recognition of NAIST’s efforts in the dissemination of Industrial Property Rights, comparable to industrial achievements.

December, 2010

Onsite meeting with Pharmaceutical Scientists and NAIST’s fellow researchers at Medicon Valley Denmark in December 2010

September, 2010

An overseas seminar was held on September, 2010 in Indonesia for the first time since the joint research started in 2009

April, 2010 : Intellectual Property Achievement Award to Prof. Kozo Kubo, an associate director of the center for Industry-Government-Academia Collaboration

At the Japan Patent Office on Invention Day (April 18, 2011), the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Commissioner of the Japan Patent Office presented intellectual property achievement awards to individuals and companies that have contributed to the expansion and development of the industrial property rights system.  This was the first time the award was given to an university and was in recognition of NAIST’s efforts in the dissemination of Industrial Property Rights, comparable to industrial achievements.