Technology Partnership of Nagoya University
U.S. Technology Transfer Arm of Nagoya University
Technology Partnership of Nagoya University (NU Tech) promotes technology transfer and research collaboration between US partners and Nagoya University, mainly focusing on Life Science and Biotechnology in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
Home to Six Nobel Prizes and the Blue LED
Nagoya University (NU) is an elite educational hub in central Japan. Originally established as a hospital and medical school in 1871, NU has played crucial roles in Japan’s education and research scenes. According to world rankings, NU ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and among the top 20 universities in Asia.
Currently NU has 14 graduate schools, nine undergraduate schools, three Research Institutions and 18 Research Centers. Over 16,000 full time students study and work with 1,500 full time faculty members and 1,700 staff. NU accepts nearly 1,800 international students each year from all over the world.
NU and NU Tech are actively engaged in promoting NU's innovative research technologies in the United States. NU and NU Tech seek corporate, institutional and academic partners in the USA to further develop and commercialize NU's technologies and inventions via mutually beneficial research collaborations, technology transfer and licensing arrangements.
To learn more about our technology transfer activities, click HERE.
To see a list and summaries of our technologies available for licensing, click HERE.
Study at Nagoya University
NU offers a variety of short-term and long-term programs for foreign students wishing to study in Japan. More than 1800 students from all over the world enroll at NU each year. Whether you wish to visit for only a few weeks of intensive Japanese language study and cultural immersion or spend your junior year of college abroad or pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree, NU has programs and the international experience to meet your needs.
Please Contact Us to learn more about studying in Japan at Nagoya University.