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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


AUTM Asia 2013 Kyoto Successfully Finished
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AUTM Asia 2013 KYOTO
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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.
Dec, 04, 2012

Polymer-Bound Pyrene-4,5,9,10-tetraone for Fast-Charge and -Discharge Lithium-Ion Batteries with High Capacity

New Polymeric Organic Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries
Organic rechargeable batteries have received significant research interest from the viewpoints of structural diversity and sustainability of electrode materials.