Globalization, Innovation and International Health - Presented by the Consulate General of Japan

November 12, 2015 Vancouver, BC

The Consulate General of Japan, in collaboration with the School of Population Health & Public Health, UBC Centre for Japanese Research and the Liu Institute for Global Issues, will be hosting a presentation by Professor Kiyoshi Kurokawa on how globalization and innovation impact society in both positive and negative ways. Professor Kurokawa, a scientist and public health expert, will discuss how Canada and Japan, both world leaders on innovation, should actively collaborate on international health by utilizing innovation. Click here for more information. 

Add to Calendar 11/12/2015 08:00 America/Vancouver Globalization, Innovation and International Health - Presented by the Consulate General of Japan

The Consulate General of Japan, in collaboration with the School of Population Health & Public Health, UBC Centre for Japanese Research and the Liu Institute for Global Issues, will be hosting a presentation by Professor Kiyoshi Kurokawa on how globalization and innovation impact society in both positive and negative ways. Professor Kurokawa, a scientist and public health expert, will discuss how Canada and Japan, both world leaders on innovation, should actively collaborate on international health by utilizing innovation. Click here for more information. 

Where:

Irving Barber Learning Centre
1961 East Mall
University of British Columbia

When:

Thursday, November 12
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Contact:

culture@vc.mofa.go.jp

Irving Barber Learning Centre
1961 East Mall
University of British Columbia

else: ?> Vancouver, BC

culture@vc.mofa.go.jp

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