SOLD OUT Innovator Japan – Japan’s New Science and Technology Strategy

May 5, 2006
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Corporate Luncheon
Friday, May 5
11:30 am – 1:45 pm

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Iwao Matsuda, Japanese Minister of State for Science and Technology Policy; Minister of State for Information Technology; Member of the House of Councilors

David Heleniak, Vice Chairman, Morgan Stanley; Director, Japan Society, Inc.
As a natural resource-poor country, Japan’s future depends on its ability to generate continuous progress in the area of science and technology and to turn this progress into genuine innovation.  Iwao Matsuda, Minister of State for Science and Technology Policy and Minister of State for Information Technology, will present Japan’s new strategy for promoting science and technology, entitled “The Third Science and Technology Basic Plan.” Minister Matsuda will focus on the Japanese government’s science and technology priorities and targets in the coming 5 years and highlight Japan’s strategy to increase the nation’s competitiveness.  For those who are interested in the Japan’s future economic performance, this is a valuable opportunity to study Japanese science and technology strategies.

11:30 am -12 pm   Registration & reception
12 – 1 pm              Lecture
1 – 1:45 pm           Buffet lunch

Admission: This is a free event.  Seating for the lunch and lecture are available on a first come, first served basis.

  • Friday, May 5, 2006
  • 11:30 am