Regional Innovation Capability and Technology Transfer in Biotechnology Clusters - New Recipes in Ja
Organization: Centre Européen d'Etudes Japonaises d'Alsace (CEEJA)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2013 / 1:30 pm - (GMT +1:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2013 / 12:30 pm - (GMT +1:00 hours)|
|Registration Date: Sep 17, 2013||Time: 17:00:00(GMT +1:00 hours)|
To boost the development of biotechnology clusters, national and local governments encourage universities, research institutes, large firms and SMEs to make connections and advance technology transfer through networking policies which may lead to the commercialisation of biotechnology.
Current major economic research outcomes of regional innovation system show that technology transfer through such university-industry partnerships may facilitate regional capabilities for biotech innovation. However, many bioclusters face development problems in relation to technology transfer: the development of less competing technologies, slow licensing, fewer ventures and the globalisation of innovation. Japan and France have several productive bioclusters and have adopted new policies to address the new challenges to re-boosting regional innovation. Focusing on healthcare applications ('red' biotechnology), this workshop will compare Japanese and French practices, identify the current development problems and look for a new orientation integrating practical experiences and academic insights. This workshop has two half-day sessions: On the first day, businesses from the Upper Rhine Area and from Japan will present and discuss their leading biotech technology transfer applications. The second day will address current problems and future orientations, with Japanese and French academics leading the discussion of developments in biotech clusters.
Event for healthcare biotech companies and researchers, policy-makers, people interested in international technology transfer, etc.
Mr. Naoki WAKABAYASHI, Kyoto University, Japan
Mr. Nicolas CARBONI, SATT Conectus Alsace, France
Ms Agnès LEGOLL, Alsace Biovalley, France
Ms Yukiko NISHIMURA, University of Tokyo, Japan
Mr. Shintaro SENGOKU, Kyoto University, Japan
Mr. Pascal NEUVILLE, CEO, Domain Therapeutics
Ms Hawa Issa MUNISI, Kyoto University, Japan
Mr. Eric JOLIVET, Toulouse Graduate School of Management, France
Mr. Hiroatsu NOHARA, LEST, Aix Marseille University, France
Mr. Antoine BURETH, University of Strasbourg, France
Mr. Ryuichi NAKAMOTO, Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Japan
Mr. Keigo TAKAI, Kyoto University, Japan
Mr. Alfonso AVILA‐ROBINSON, Kyoto University, Japan
No participation fees. Delegates cover travel and accommodation costs. Free airport transfers and low-cost on-site accommodation available. English-language event.