Inter-university research to generate more knowledge

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Japan: inter-university research to generate more knowledge

























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Professor Dr Preethi Kesavan, Head of LSBF Singapore School of Technology, on how to promote university and inter-university research

As people increasingly make career changes, lifelong learning needs such as recurrent education and cross-curricular skills will be an essential tool to help them navigate change. job requirements and to seek fulfillment through personal development. The International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development has been set for 2022.

The boundaries between research and discipline between universities are fluid and important research questions are addressed with an established disciplinary interface. The Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) supports the establishment of the International Research Center Initiative (WPI) to build “globally visible” research centers.

The number of Japanese laureates in the three science categories has risen to 18, second only to the United States, since the turn of the 21st century. To maintain the long-term success of academic and basic research in Japan, it is necessary to continue to provide a variety of aids and strengthen relevant measures. Basic research lays the foundation for high-impact applications in fields as diverse as biology and manufacturing, enabling societal change.

The road to university revitalization

Industry, government, and significant academic contributions have long been hailed for their potential to revitalize universities and advance society, and calls have been made to improve and strengthen these efforts. Universities are important sources of knowledge for society and, as they generate highly specialized scholars, they can help revitalize and strengthen cities, industries and other sectors.

“The Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) supports the establishment of the International Research Center Initiative (WPI) to build “globally visible” research centers.

There has been an increase in the desire for inter-university research and industry, government and academic collaborations, in which institutions develop cooperative ties in society to execute various initiatives, amidst the great changes taking place within the framework of the digital transformation.

The organizational environment is likely to have a substantial impact on the industrial activity of scientists. Scientists are more involved in research if they perceive their university to have a strong entrepreneurial focus or a favorable political climate.

Recognize the entrepreneurial attitude and political framework of a university’s mission as crucial organizational qualities related to the university-industry connection. It is believed that being part of an academic institution that encourages entrepreneurship will stimulate academic interest in the dissemination of knowledge.

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