The funding for Shimane's Nanotechnology Project Center came from San-in Godo Bank through an industry-academia cooperation program.

S-Nanotech Co-Creation, a Japan-based commercialisation initiative at Shimane University’s Nanotechnology Project Center, has received a ¥200m ($1.9m) investment from commercial banking firm San-in Godo Bank. San-in Godo Bank has made the commitment through an industry-academia cooperation program aimed at bolstering the funding and expertise available to Shimane University’s innovation ecosystem. The corporate broadly aims to…

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