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Kyoto University's Notable R&D for Technology Transfer homepage is operated and maintained by Office of Society-Academia Collaboration for Innovation(SACI), which aims to promote international collaboration.

This site provides a database of various technologies developed by Kyoto University. The technologies are at various stages of development and the site is intended to be a one-stop shop for companies with interest in collaborating with Kyoto University ...more

 
 

2013/04/01
AUTM Asia 2013 Kyoto Successfully Finished
AUTM Asia 2013 Kyoto Successfully Finished
2012/11/26
AUTM Asia 2013 KYOTO
AUTM Asia 2013 KYOTO

 

Jul, 07, 2017

Introduction to Machine Learning and Deep Learning by Ecole Polytechnique / Kyoto University

Introduction to Machine Learning and Deep Learning by Ecole Polytechnique / Kyoto University August 21~August 25, full day (9:00~17:00) The workshop is consisted in a short one week introduction to machine learning and deep learning.
Jan, 22, 2013

Development of Bioactive Apatite Nuclei-Precipitated Materials by Using Sandblasting Process

Bioactive Titanium Alloy Implant with Apatite Nuclei-Precipitated
Titanium alloys are excellent biomaterials with high mechanical property and high corrosion resistance. However, they have little or no bioactivity. If titanium alloys have a bioactivity, range of its application is largely extended. Prof.
Jan, 07, 2013

Nucleotide sequence controling self-incompatibility of buckwheat

Nucleotide sequences that enable to produce self-pollinating buckwheat
Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) is an annual crop produced in the world’s temperate regions. Buckwheat flour is used in various ways to make noodles, bread, pancakes and other products.