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International Forum Intelligence Augmentation and Amplification plus Society 2024
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Meeting of Japanese entrepreneurs from Osaka with representatives of Malaga TechPark
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INNOVCARE project selected for the France 2030 priority research programme on Autonomy
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Shigekata Mizuno, Kyoto Research Parks, joins IASP International Board
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Introduction of Global Biocommunities: Biocommunity Kansai “BiocK”
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Romanian - Japanese Innovation FORUM: Matchmaking & pitching sessions
Cluj-Napoca will host The Romanian - Japanese Innovation Forum, an event organised with the support of the Embassy of Japan in Romania, Romanian ministries, national and local authorities, and other clusters in the region. The event aims to straighten the Romanian – Japanese collaboration, as both countries signed a strategic partnership in March 2023, to deepen cooperation in the field of science and technology.
Romanian - Japanese Innovation FORUM: Matchmaking & pitching sessions
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