Partners

KGC

KGC is a Non Profit Organization located in Kyoto Japan. KGC supports those who create a future that is not on the extended line of current world.

ThinkScience

ThinkSCIENCE provides high-quality translation, editing, writing and copywriting services in the fields of science, medicine, technology and the humanities. Our translators, editors and writers, recruited from across the globe, are specialists in their respective fields. This ensures that we provide technical documents of a high standard and accuracy that match the target audience, allowing the reader to focus on the content of the work rather than the language in which it is written. Our comprehensive range of services attest to our commitment to supporting our customers disseminate their research findings to the international audience.

Editage

Editage is one of the leading English-editing service providers worldwide with a strong market presence in East Asia, especially Japan. Driven by the belief that language should not be a barrier to research, Editage is committed to helping nonnative English-speaking researchers through its editing, writing, and publication support services in the STM market. Editage leverages its ISO-certified document-management systems, state-of-the-art technology, and an international network of subject-matter experts to deliver maximum value on every project.

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Institute for integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS), Kyoto University

The Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS) was established at Kyoto University on October 1, 2007 aiming to “create new integrated disciplines of cell-material sciences based on the cross-disciplinary fields of chemistry, physics and cell biology” and “become a global hub of career development for scientists.” Zukan.TV has cooperated in the iCeMS Crosstalk project.

 
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