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22.6.14
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"The world's first discovery of a novel plant-derived catalyst - Eco-friendly organocatalyst from Toyama" Associate Professor Makoto Hibi, Professor Yasuo Kato, and Professor Yasuhisa Asano of the Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Engineering, Toyama Prefectural University in collaboration with Kyowa Pharma Chemical Co., LTD (Takaoka city, Toyama) succeeded in developing an eco-friendly plant-derived catalyst that can be used as a reaction accelerator in the manufacturing process of pharmaceuticals.
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22.6.03
Lecturer Kaori Yasuda, Professor Yasuhiro Isogai, and Special Professor Toshiyuki Sakaki of the Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering at Toyama Prefectural University published a paper in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces in April, 2022.
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22.5.31
Ms. Riko Ishibashi, a second-year graduate student, and Professors Yoshinori Nagai and Yukihiro Furusawa of the Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering had their research papers published in the international journal "Molecular Nutrition and Food Research" on March 16, 2022, and it was chosen for the cover of the issue published on May 19, 2022.
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22.5.24
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Articles from the Summer Edition of European Biotechnology 2022. Click here for details.
22.5.23
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Swiss Biotech Report 2022 was published. Click here for details.
22.5.23
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An article related to research by Professor Nagai of the Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering, TPU, was published in the Kitanippon Shimbun dated May 23rd, 2022.
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22.4.25
Trend Survey on New Business Location Plans and Summary of Results 2021 by the Japan Industrial Location Center (in Japanese)
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Report on Japanese Companies Recovering from the Damage Caused by COVID-19 by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)
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Survey on Business Operations of Foreign-affiliated Companies in Japan by the JETRO
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Article of Investing in Toyama Prefecture by the JETRO
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22.3.7
An article related to research on isoliquiritigenin by Professor Nagai of the Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering, TPU, which was adopted as a consortium project, was published in the Kitanippon Shimbun (local newspaper) dated February 27th, 2022.
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22.3.1
Baker's yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae was chosen by the German Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM) as Microbe of the Year 2022
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22.2.17
Japanese-German Opening Symposium–Research and Industrialization of Advanced Biomaterials will be held as both a live and virtual event at Stuttgart, Germany on March 29th, 2022.
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22.2.10
A video of the 2021 Biopharma Specialist Development(June,2021-November,2021)and the Training Report Session (December 16th) is available.

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22.2.10
Summer School Report of2021 and Biopharma Specialist Development Reportof2021 were published.Please see below.
Summer school report

Biopharma Specialist Development Report
22.2.9
Life Science Nord Magazine" has been issued.The magazine reports on the running biotech activities in the northern part of Germany.
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22.1.24
ESACT 2022 Lisbon(June 26-29 ,2022)Update.
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Toyama Pharmaceutical Valley Development Consortium

'Toyama Pharmaceutical Valley Development Consortium' was established in June of 2018, aiming toward the concept of 'Toyama, Capital of Pharmaceutics,' led by industry-academic-government collaboration. This consortium aims to promote pharmaceutic R&D and human resource development at the universities in Toyama Prefecture and further growth of Toyama's core industry, the pharmaceutical industry. This initiative was adopted as one of the 'Regional Universities and Local Economies Vitalization Project Programs' by the central government in October 2018. This consortium promotes pharmaceutical R&D and cultivation of human resources through industry-academic-government collaboration in Toyama Prefecture. Also, through university reform, including the invitation of leading researchers from inside and outside Japan, this consortium will work on further promotion of the local pharmaceutical industry and development of human resources in order to support the 'Toyama, Capital of Pharmaceutics' concept.
An overview of participating organizations of Toyama Pharmaceutical Valley Development Consortium can be seen in PR videos below


An overview of participating organizations of Toyama Pharmaceutical Valley Development Consortium can be seen in PR videos below





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