Organizer's

Oct. 13 (Thu.) ,2016 9:55-11:30

Annex Hall
F203/F204

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Special Session 1: Toward Establishing a Sustainable Society

Recently, the emerging fields of systems and synthetic biology have big impacts on biotechnology. These fields will continue to extend capabilities to manufacturing and processing of biomolecules and further expand our horizons. These emerging technologies are also greatly boosting a creation and growth of bioeconomy which contributes to create sustainable society. In this session, speakers propose a vision of our government, R&D and innovation strategies through public-private partnership to create bioeconomy.

Coordinator

Akihiko Kondo

Professor, Graduate School of Science, Technology and Innovation, Kobe University

Systems and Synthetic Biology is Boosting a Creation of Bioeconomy

Akihiko Kondo

Professor, Graduate School of Science, Technology and Innovation, Kobe University

Toyota's R&D Activities in the Biological Field

Osamu Azegami

General Manager, Biotechnology & Afforestation Laboratory / New Business Planning Div., TOYOTA MOTOR

The Role of Green Biotechnology to Establish Zero­Emission Society

Takashi Honjo

Senior Managing Director, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth

Application of Cellulose Nanofibers for Sustainable Society

Hiroyuki Yano

Professor, Kyoto University

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