In the first program, a „cancer diagnosis and treatment navigation system“ will be established which combines data from MRI, CT and medical information to improve patient information and refine treatment. In the second program, it will be attempted to monitor post-transplantation efficiency of transplanted cornea epithelial sheets. The two programs will be carried out by Hokkaido University, Kyoto University, National Cancer Research Center Hospital, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Keio University, Nihon University, Sakura Finetech Japan, Nichirei, Japan Tissue Engineering and Osaka University.

NEDO news release, August 7, 2014