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Moonshot Goal 4 Annual Session 2021 Program

November 14, 2022

Project Manager’s Results Report

Subject Speakers
Introductory explanation Dr. YAMADA Hiroyuki, Director General, NEDO  
Organizer greetings Mr. ISHIZUKA Hiroaki, Chairman, NEDO
Guest greetings Mr. KOBAYASHI Takayuki, Minister of State for Science and Technology Policy
Moonshot Goal 4 Summary Dr. YAMAJI Kenji, Moonshot Goal 4 Program Director
Development of technologies to recover greenhouse gases ("GHGs") and convert them into valuable materials
R&D Projects Project Managers Data  
C4S* Research and Development Project
*C4S: Calcium Carbonate Circulation System for Construction
Dr. NOGUCHI Takafumi,
The University of Tokyo
01  
Development of Highly Efficient Direct Air Capture (DAC) and Carbon Recycling Technologies Dr. KODAMA Akio,
 Kanazawa University
02  
Integrated Electrochemical Systems for Scalable CO2 Conversion to Chemical Feedstocks Dr. SUGIYAMA Masakazu,
The University of Tokyo
03  
Research and Development Toward Saving Energy for Direct Air Capture With Available Cold Energy Dr. NORINAGA Koyo,
Nagoya University
04  
Development of Combined Carbon Capture and Conversion (quad-C) Systems for the Utilization of Atmospheric CO2 Dr. FUKUSHIMA Yasuhiro,
Tohoku University
05  
Development of Global CO2 Recycling Technology towards "Beyond-Zero" Emission Dr. FUJIKAWA Shigenori,
Kyushu University
06  
Development of a Bioprocess That Uses Electrical Energy to Fix Atmospheric CO2 Dr. KATO Souichiro,
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
07  
Development of technologies to recover nitrogen compounds and convert them into harmless or useful materials
R&D Projects Project Managers Data  
Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Agricultural Lands by Optimizing Nitrogen and Carbon Cycles Dr. MINAMISAWA Kiwamu,
Tohoku University
08  
Innovative Circular Technologies for Harmful Nitrogen Compounds Dr. KAWAMOTO Tohru,
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
09  
Development of Recovery and Removal Techniques of Dilute Reactive Nitrogen to Realize Nitrogen Circulating Society Dr. WAKIHARA Toru,
The University of Tokyo
10  
Development of marine biodegradable plastics which can control the timing and speed of their degradability
R&D Projects Project Managers Data  
Development of Multi-lock Biopolymers Degradable in Ocean From Non-food Biomasses Dr. ITO Kohzo,
The University of Tokyo
11  
Research and development of Marine Biodegradable Plastics With Degradation Initiation Switch Function Dr. KASUYA Ken-ichi,
Gunma University
12  
Development of Photo-Switching Ocean-Degradable Plastics With Edibility Dr. KANEKO Tatsuo,
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
13  
Closing
Subject Speakers
Closing greeting Mr. NASUNO Futoshi, Director-General for Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau, METI  
Closing greeting Mr. KUKITA Shoji, Executive Director, NEDO

Research institution short presentation program

Development of technologies to recover nitrogen compounds and convert them into harmless or useful materials
R&D Projects Chairman Implementing Organizations Documents ID  
Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Agricultural Lands by Optimizing Nitrogen and Carbon Cycles MINAMISAWA PM 1. Tohoku University  
2. National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO)
3. The University of Tokyo
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Innovative Circular Technologies for Harmful Nitrogen Compounds  KAWAMOTO PM 1. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (1)  
2. The University of Tokyo
3. Waseda University
4. Ube Industries, Ltd,
5. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (2)
6. Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
7. Kyowa, Hakko Bio Co., Ltd.
8. Osaka University
9. Kobe University
10. Toyobo Co., Ltd.
11. Yamaguchi University
12. ASTOM Corporation
13. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) (3)
14. FUSO Corporation
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Development of Recovery and Removal Techniques of Dilute Reactive Nitrogen to Realize Nitrogen Circulating Society  WAKIHARA PM 1. The University of Tokyo  
2. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
3. Japan Fine Ceramics Center (JFCC)
4. Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
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Development of technologies to recover greenhouse gases ("GHGs") and convert them into valuable materials

R&D Projects Chairman Implementing Organizations Documents ID  
Dialogue between YAMAJI PD and MURAKI Moonshot Ambassador  NEDO - -  
Development of Highly Efficient Direct Air Capture (DAC) and Carbon Recycling Technologies  KODAMA PM 1. Kanazawa University  
2. Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth
Q&A -
Development of a Bioprocess That Uses Electrical Energy to Fix Atmospheric CO2 KATO PM 1. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)  
2. Tokyo Institute of Technology
3. Nagoya University
Q&A -
Integrated Electrochemical Systems for Scalable CO2 Conversion to Chemical Feedstocks SUGIYAMA PM 1. The University of Tokyo  
2. Shimizu Corporation
3. Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.
4. Ube Industries, Ltd.
5. Osaka University
6. Institute of Physical and Chemical
Research (RIKEN)
7. Chiyoda Corporation
Q&A -
C4S* Research and Development Project
*C4S: Calcium Carbonate Circulation System for Construction
NOGUCHI PM 1. The University of Tokyo (1)  
 
2. The University of Tokyo (2)
3. Hokkaido University
Q&A -
Research and Development Toward Saving Energy for Direct Air Capture With Available Cold Energy NORINAGA PM 1. Nagoya University  
2. Tokyo University of Science
3. Toho Gas Co., Ltd.
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Development of Combined Carbon Capture and Conversion (quad-C) Systems for the Utilization of Atmospheric CO2 FUKUSHIMA PM 1. Tohoku University  
2. Osaka City University
3. Renaissance Energy Corporation
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Development of Global CO2 Recycling Technology Towards "Beyond-Zero" Emission FUJIKAWA PM 1. Kyushu University  
2. Kumamoto University
3. Hokkaido University
Q&A -
Policy and Technology Trends of NETs (Negative Emission Technologies) NEDO NEDO  
Q&A -

Development of marine biodegradable plastics which can control the timing and speed of their degradability

R&D Projects Chairman Implementing Organizations Documents ID  
Development of Multi-Lock Biopolymers Degradable in Ocean from Non-Food Biomasses  ITO PM 1. The University of Tokyo  
2. Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
3. Bridgestone Corporation
4. Teijin Limited
5. Kureha Corporation
6. Kyushu University
7. Nagoya University
8. Yamagata University
9. Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE)
10. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
11. Ehime University
12. Tokyo Institute of Technology
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Research and Development of Marine Biodegradable Plastics With Degradation Initiation Switch Function KASUYA PM 1. Gunma University  
2. The University of Tokyo
3. Tokyo Institute of Technology
4. Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN)
5. Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
Q&A -
Development of Photo-Switching Ocean-Degradable Plastics With Edibility KANEKO PM 1. Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology  
2. Kobe University
3. Nagoya University
4. Kagoshima University
5. Tokyo University of Science
6. Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
7. National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
8. Osaka Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology (ORIST).
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