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Seeds Presentation Held by Female Researchers

published November 21, 2017

As part of the 2016 Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, and Technology (MEXT) Funds for the Development of Human Resources in Science and Technology Project, 'Initiative for Realizing Diversity in the Research Environment,' TUFS was selected to work alongside the leading institution of this project, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, and is currently working towards creating a more comfortable environment for female researchers to work in.
On Friday the 6th of October, the 'Diversity Seminar & Female Researchers Tackling Social Issues Seeds Presentation' were held at the Nakano Sun Plaza. At this event, the results of research by female academics was made available to a large number of companies with the goal of creating sustainable innovations through industry-academic relations.

At the 'Diversity Seminar,' social insurance consultant Junko Arai was invited to speak on the topic of 'Connecting Work-Life Balance with Retention Improvement, and Compatibility of Support-Related Grant-in-Aid in 2017,' through which she spoke about proactive labor reformation and effectively using grant-in-aid.
At the 'Female Researchers Tackling Social Issues Seeds Presentation,' there were six oral presentations. TUFS doctorate student, Sachiko Gochi, gave a presentation on 'Elderly Medical Care and Nursing Services in Indonesia: A Proposal from a Life Practice Level.'

The other presentations were as follows:

■Food-Related 'Seed' Research■

■Medical Care/Population Aging-Related 'Seed' Research■

For more information on this event, click the link below (page in Japanese).

There was also a poster exhibition showcasing each university and organization.