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Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) has pre-announced a call for applications for the 2024…
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18/04/2024
Japan's green transformation (GX) strategy ~ From the perspective of the EU-Japan Green Alliance ~ Thursday, April 18 17:00-18:15 Tokyo (10:00-11:15 Brussels) (With English-Japanese Simultaneous…
Online and in Japan
17/06/2024 - 12/07/2024
17-21 June 2024, → mandatory week online (open to SMEs and large companies) 08-12 July 2024, → optional week in Japan (open only to SMEs who have completed the first online week) PROGRAMME…
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