In 2019, GASE organized an academic partnership visit for Taiwan’s universities to explore future collaboration with top-notch research institutes in Japan. This year, despite being affected by the pandemic, GASE will continue to work as a network platform for Taiwan and international research institutions and academic units.
GASE would especially express our appreciation to all the participants from Taiwan and Japan leading research institutes and universities to join this Taiwan-Japan Matchmaking Conference to share emerging technologies and special research programs as well as discover research cooperation opportunities between both countries. The conference includes delegates’ research presentations, joint discussions and matchmaking talk sessions for the field of Life Science, Material Science and Nanotechnology. We welcome participants from different fields and perspectives to join forces together to see the future of the Aging Society and establish future research collaboration on Aging Science & Technology.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, GASE tries to find alternative ways of getting scientific researchers together to present their works, exchange ideas, and most importantly, to meet new connections for future collaborations.
To maximize connections and interactions during the virtual program, GASE arranges a “Matchmaking Session” in the conference and has invited over 10 research centers and labs from Japanese partnered institutes to showcase their research and cooperative program. Meanwhile, participants in Taiwan will also have the opportunity to highlight their interests during the virtual-onsite talks. We look forward to seeing various research conversation and collaboration possibilities happened from this opportunity.Matchmaking Grouping List