Information Development Co., Ltd. is an information services providing organization headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. ID works with many of Japan’s largest corporations to provide critical IT support; from building and operating their networks to developing software and platforms to meet clients’ needs.
Nakasone Peace Institute (NPI) was founded in June 1988 by former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone for research and study, international exchange, and other activities conducive to examining critical issues facing the world and Japan.
NEC Future Creation Hub is a place where technology and business come together through interactive dialogue and direct experience to create the future together.
Intelligent operating theater is the novel operating theater for 21st century which has an intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) unit and a newly developed real-time update navigation system.
The GIS Analyst has responsibility for delivering technical support to assigned projects according to budget, programme and scope.
The primary focus will be to work on GIS models for site selection in Asian markets. The technologies under consideration are onshore wind, offshore wind, solar and biomass.
The history of Hosei University begins in 1880 when three young lawyers established Tokyo School of Law. At present, Hosei is a comprehensive university with 15 undergraduate faculties including Science and Engineering, a School of Correspondence Education, 15 graduate schools and 2 professional schools.
Invest Tokyo supports foreign companies and residents.
Business related services include inquiries and support of companies setting up their business in Tokyo. It links with accelerator programs, tax incentive schemes, and government programs.
Services for foreign residents include the provision of living information and administrative procedures, information about medical facilities and pharmacies, and information about international schools in Tokyo.
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Keio University annually awards The Keio Medical Science Prize to recognize researchers who have made an outstanding contribution to the field of medicine and life sciences. Laureates receive a certificate of merit, medal, and a monetary award of 10 million yen. The award cermony and commemorative lectures are held at Keio University in Tokyo, Japan.