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Japan/Japan Science and Technology Agency
Japan/Japan Science and Technology Agency (2003...)
Japan/Japan Science and Technology Agency (2003...)
Japon/Japan Science and Technology Agency (2003...)
Giappone/Japan Science and Technology Agency (2003...)
Science and Technology Agency of Japan (STA)
Japan Science and Technology Corporation (1996–2003)
Japan Information Center of Science and Technology (JICST) (1957–1996)
Research Development Corporation of Japan (JRDC) (1961–1996)
Japan/Agentur für Wissenschaft und Technik
Japan/Science and Technology Agency (1956-
JST
Science policy and organization of research in Japan (Science policy studies and documents No 8), Ed. by UNESCO, Paris, 1967 (http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0000/000038/003832EB.pdf)
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Persons linked to this organisation (2 records found)
DateFunctionPersonComments
2.8.1966 - 28.11.1967Deputy MinisterShiseki, YoshiraParlamentarischer Vize-Minister der Science and Technology Agency, vgl. Joint Publications Research Service (JPRS-Report), Science & Technology Japan 1989 (S&T Agency Annual 33), 10.1.1991, p. 183 (Chronological List of Parliamentary Vice-Ministers for Science and Technology).
...1985...Secretary GeneralTakeuchi, Reiichi

Relations to other organizations (1)
Japan/Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technologybecomes Japan/Japan Science and Technology Agency in 2001: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministry_of_Education,_Culture,_Sports,_Science_and_Technology

Mentioned in the documents (2 records found)
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31.5.196732485pdfMemoJapan (Economy)
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Die Reise von H. Schaffner nach Japan und Hongkong wird als voller Erfolg gewertet. Den Beziehungen zu Tokio und zur britischen Kronkolonie wird auf Grund ihrer grossen wirtschaftlichen Bedeutung...
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30.10.199158685pdfReportScience Die Erfahrungen aus den Vorbereitungen und der Durchführung Reise der GWF-Delegation nach Singapur, Japan und China führen zum Schluss, dass die Kommunikationskanäle zwischen...
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