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2021/02/17

Only 2 weeks left to apply to the Japan Challenge

Hello Tomorrow Japan is gathering startups for its 2021 deep tech Challenge. Your startup is based on a new technology, a scientific discovery or a complex engineering process, you are addressing an industrial, societal or environmental unmet need or creating a new market, you are in the early stage of development and looking for support, […]

2021/02/11

Great pitches at February 9 Nagoya Deep Tech Pitch Contest

Thank you to Adacotech, SyncMOF, Bioseeds, U-Map for their participation to the Nagoya Pitch Contest and congratulations to the winner: Masataka Minami, Founder and CEO of NUProtein. See you in Tokyo for the Final of the Japan Challenge on June 8th! Thank you also to Yukiko Konishi and Nagoya University for their support for this event and […]

2021/01/26

Meet the winner of last Hello Tomorrow Japan deep tech Challenge

Kenjiro Yamamoto is the co-Founder of Aster, Grand winner of the 2018 Hello Tomorrow Japan challenge. Yamamoto-san has a PhD of Engineering and is now project assistant professor in University of Tokyo. He has 7 years of experience in the research of urban earthquake disaster mitigation at Meguro Laboratories, University of Tokyo, where he has […]

2021/01/07

ENEOS Holdings supports the Japan Challenge

ENEOS Holdings has been one of the early supporters of Hello Tomorrow in Japan. Furuta Satoshi, Lead Specialist at the Emerging Business Development Department, explains to us why: “ENEOS group has been building for several years its vision for 2040: a low-carbon, recycling oriented society. To reach our goal, we have created in April 2019 […]

2020/12/14

Global Challenge finalist share their advice at Japan Challenge launch

Ozge Zorlu is the co-founder and CTO of Cellsway, one of the 6 amazing finalist startups of the Digital Health & Medical Devices track of Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge. Cellsway’s liquid biopsy platform uses a simple blood sample for cancer detection and monitoring, thus providing a simple, accessible, and repeatable procedure for cancer management which […]