Today we would like to draw your attention to two important events of the MEJOIN Consortium. First, we participated in the second official Coffee Talk of the German House of Science and Innovation (DWIH) in Tokyo yesterday. Here the project was represented by Mr. Michael Hechtel and Mr. Tetsuya Sasaki. The second DWIH Coffee Talk presented answers to these questions from four joint German-Japanese research networks of the “Future of Work” campaign by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). The virtual café was busy when moderator Axel Karpenstein (DWIH Tokyo) welcomed several members from the research networks to discuss the implications for manufacturing and production, small and medium size industries, and care for the elderly.
You can access the recording of the Coffee Talk and further information at the following link.
In addition, from April 20 to 22, MedtecLIVE will be held virtually along with Medtec Summit. The Virtual MedtecLIVE & SUMMIT networks all players in the medical technology industry, from classic suppliers to manufacturers. Meet decision makers from regulation, research, development, project and product management, sales and marketing, procurement, purchasing and production, investors as well as researching physicians. Two companies of the MEJOIN consortium, Sokenmedical and HIT, and all participating institutions will be represented.
The registration for this event can be found under the following link.