BionicM Inc. is recognized at the Japan-US Innovation Awards Program, organized by the Japan Society of Northern California in cooperation with the Stanford University US-Asia Technology Management Center.
BionicM is chosen for the 2020 Innovation Showcase Award which recognizes young, rapidly growing companies with founders in Japan developing exciting technologies and highly innovative business ideas that have the potential for major worldwide impact.
Top executives of the 2020 Innovation Showcase Companies will participate in this year’s Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards Symposium on July 22, 2020 – 8:30-10:30AM (Japan Time).
For more information regarding the agenda, see here.
Japan Society of Northern California: www.usajapan.org
Since its founding in 1905, the Japan Society of Northern California has advanced US-Japan mutual understanding in a global context. The Society offers an array of programs and networking opportunities for people and organizations in the Bay Area with a strong interest in Japan. It is the go-to place for US-Japan insights, opportunities, collaboration and networking. The Japan Society is a dynamic link connecting the world-renowned innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem of San Francisco/Silicon Valley to a resurgent Japan.
Stanford University US-Asia Technology Management Center: www.asia.stanford.edu
The US-Asia Technology Management Center (US-ATMC), is an industry-funded center in Stanford University under the Center for East Asian Studies. Established in 1992, the US-ATMC conducts education and research into innovation and emerging business trends in technology-intensive industries that provide Stanford students and the Silicon Valley community at large, with knowledge and analytical capabilities that will be important to global success in high-tech fields in the 21st century.
- Notification of Office Relocation
- The project of BionicM was adopted by NEDO
- BionicM receives Innovation Showcase Award at 2020 Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards, co-hosted by JSNC and Stanford University
- The project of BionicM was adopted by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
- BionicM Announced a Partnership with Final Aim – Tokyo, Japan