Kanazawa, on the Japan Sea Coast, is one city that most international researchers visiting the country never see and might make an attractive destination for scientists.
Meet the Japanese city that most researchers never see.
Kanazawa University started in 1862 as a smallpox vaccination centre. It is now making its mark through world-leading advances in nanotechnology, human health, environmental sciences and other fields.
The Nano Life Science Institute (NanoLSI) at Kanazawa University is recruiting postdoctoral researchers for a place at the forefront of the nanobiosciences.
The old paradigm of giving the same drug to all patients is being supplanted by a new one that includes co-opting individual patients’ own cells to fight disease. Researchers at Kanazawa Medical University are spearheading the era of personalized medicine by developing treatments that harness the power of immune cells and stem cells.
The Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) has created an environment for nurturing true intellectual rigour
Shibuya Corporation is promoting the industrialization of regenerative medicine and contributing to society through its aseptic and automated technologies