With the clean-up at Fukushima Daiichi progressing, the Japanese government have issued another request for technologies from overseas to be included in their national catalogue of technologies: http://www.mri.co.jp/E/NEWS/tcatalog_e.pdf
Although this is not the only method of providing support to the Fukushima clean-up effort, it is important to be included in this catalogue if you wish your technologies to be considered as part of the national programme of work at Fukushima.
Dr Keith Franklin - a secondee to UKTI from NNL - will deliver a webinar (12 March, 1000-1100 GMT) from UKTI in Tokyo to explain the purpose of the catalogue, and to provide a brief on current developments in Japan. He will also be available to answer questions.
In order to understand the level of detail required, examples of submissions can be viewed at the end of these presentations:
Please note that spaces for the webinar are limited, so please register at the following address as soon as possible to avoid disappointment: www.eventsforce.net/techcat
Once registered, you will receive joining instructions with a link to the webinar room 24 hours in advance of the webinar.
For more information please click HERE.