Nagoya University (NU) will host the annual Technology Roundtable in Research Triangle Park (RTP) this fall in cooperation with prestigious universities in RTP such as NC State University and UNC Chapel Hill. The Roundtable 2019 is our 10th anniversary event and focuses on AgBiotech field that is NU’s strongest research fields, Agriculture and Biotechnology. The Technology Roundtable Series is a joint technology marketing effort by NU and its US technology transfer office, Technology Partnership of Nagoya University, Inc. (NU Tech), in cooperation with local universities in RTP.
Roundtable Goes Virtual and Drug Discovery After successfully having hosted ten NU Tech Roundtable technology showcase events at Research Triangle Park (RTP) in North Carolina since 2010, Nagoya University and Technology Partnership of Nagoya University, Inc., Nagoya Universityʼs strategic arm in the States, will host a virtual Roundtable for its 11th installment this fall. The new virtual Roundtable can address broader audience beyond RTP and beyond AgBiotech, which is the RTPʼs largest industry sector and which has been a major topic of the last ten NU Tech Roundtables. This fall the virtual Roundtable focuses on NextGen platform technologies for drug discovery, including disruptive startups from Nagoya University.of Nagoya University, Inc. (NU Tech) has held 11 roundtable technology presentations in the Research Triangle Park (RTP), North Carolina. (NU Tech) has held 11 roundtable technology presentations at the Research Triangle Park (RTP) in North Carolina to introduce Nagoya University's outstanding technological seeds to a wide range of RTP researchers and companies, with the aim of promoting future joint research and technology licensing. This year's event, the 12th, will be held online with the theme of Materials Informatics, which is currently attracting attention from companies around the world. This year, two speakers from Nagoya University and one from North Carolina State University will present their innovative and internationally competitive materials informatics technologies.