Topics covered in the February issue: LEGISLATION AND POLICY NEWS・Guidebook for Utilization of Camera Images Formulated・Scope of Applications for Trademark Registration Entitled to the Accelerated Examination/Appeal Examination Systems Expanded・A New "Fukudzukuri 4.0" Project Started on an Existing IT Platform・Winners of the 3rd Nippon Venture Awards Announced
Ainia centro tecnológico – from EShttp://english.ainia.es/web/english Ainia is a technology centre with the legal status of a private non-profit association, created in 1987 and formed by more than 900 companies mainly from the food sector.
This project was conducted as part of the MINERVA research fellowship, and the final report provides a comprehensive overview of the Japan Space policy and industry, with a focus on Earth Observation (EO), including a SWOT analysis of the Japanese EO industry.
This report has been conducted to support and complement the policy exchange in the framework of the EU-Japan Industrial Dialogue. Given the limited time and resources allocated for this study, the results should be regarded only as a snapshot example of the newer and/or less known technologies in Europe.From the total of 185 technologies collected, 15 were selected as being the best candidates for investment/cooperation with Japan.
VenusRoses Labsolutions – from BG VenusRose Labsolutions was founded in 2009 in Sofia, Bulgaria. It is a privately owned biotechnical research, development and production company specialised in all-natural herbal remedies designed to improve people’s life.
What are the main trends of the ceramic products markets in Japan?
OcellO B.V. was founded in 2011 in Leiden, NL. It is a privately owned contract research organisation based on technology developed at Leiden University.