The G7 Science and Technology Ministers’ Meeting will be held in Tsukuba on May 15-17, 2016. Tsukuba has been chosen as the venue for this strategic meeting because it is a global innovation hub for cutting-edge science and technology with 29 national research centers involved in various areas of scientific innovations.Lectures and exhibits of the different research institutes are scheduled in several venues.
NARO is presenting some of its research achievements on agricultural robotics, functional agricultural products, Tsukuba Plant Factory, flourescent silk research etc. in the Exhibition Hall of Epochal Tsukuba from May 15-17 as part of the G7 Science and Technology Ministers’ Meeting, and open to the general public from May 18-21, 2016.
An overview of the NARO exhibit in conjunction with the G7 Science and Technology Ministers' Meeting.
Dr. Nakano of the Institute of Vegetable and Floriculture Science explaining about the NARO Tsukuba Plant Factory.