Kanagawa Accademy of Science and Technology
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About KAST
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KAST consists of three centers.

KAST is a public interest incorporated foundation established by Kanagawa Prefecture. It plays a role in developing policies for science, technology and industry in Kanagawa Prefecture, promotes science and technology, and offers support for regional small and medium-sized enterprises.

By performing various functions, KAST advances research, offers manufacturing support and professional development, and aims to activate the regional economy and improve the quality of life of prefectural residents.

KAST is in KSP. Innovation Center MCC Education and Information Center
Projects & Labs
Yamaguchi “Next-generation High-efficiency Fuel Cells” Project
We can build a society that uses energy resources more carefully and does not depend on large power generation plants.
Research Term 2013-2017 (4-year Project)
Next-generation High-efficiency Fuel Cells
Project Leader:Dr. Takeo Yamaguchi
Park“Influenza Virus Drug Design”project
This project aims to develop new drugs effective against all forms of influenza, including swine flu, by targeting the viral RNA polymerase.
Research Term 2013-2017 (4-year Project)
Influenza Virus Drug Design
Project Leader:Dr. Sam-Yong Park
Aizawa “Next-generation Bioceramics” Project 【Completed】
Novel bioceramics for bone grafting make a contribution to next-generation medical treatment
Research Term 2009-2013 (4-year Project)
Next-generation Bioceramics
Project Leader:Dr. Mamoru Aizawa
Artificial Cell Membrane Systems Group
Our project team has therefore been studying methods for reconstituting membrane proteins in artificial lipid bilayer membrane systems.
Research Term 2013-
Bio Micro Systems
Project Leader:Dr. Shoji Takeuchi
Photocatalyst Group
The basic mechanism of TiO2 photocatalysis is well known. UV irradiation induces the formation of electron–hole pairs...
Research Term 2005-
Solid Acid Ecocatalyst
Groop Leader:Dr. Akira Fujishima
Transparent Functional Materials Group
The transparent functional materials group is investigating new functional transparent materials based on the results of a previous project.
Research Term 2008-
Solid Acid Ecocatalyst
Project Leader:Dr. Tetsuya Hasegawa
Project on Health and Anti-Aging
KAST and Kanagawa Prefectural Government are working together to meet regional challenges by providing financial assistance...
Research Term 2011-2014 (4-year-project)
Food Safety and Reliability Project
Project Leader:Dr. Keiko Abe
On-Chip Cellomics Project
The early diagnosis of cancers and development of metastasis-preventive techniques are essential for enjoying relief human life...
Research Term 2012-2013 (2-year Project)
On-chip Molecular Cell Phenomics
Project Leader:Dr. Kenji Yasuda
Organic Solar Cell Assessment Project
KAST participated in the FIRST program, entitled “Future Low Carbon Lifestyle with Organic Solar Cells” by evaluating their performance.
Research Term 2011-
Solid Acid Ecocatalyst
Project Leader:Dr. Katsuhiko Takagi
Optical Functional Materials Group【Completed】
This project seeks to efficiently fabricate ordered nanohole arrays by utilizing the self-organization ability and to develop applications for them in various areas.
Research Term 2005-2013
Solid Acid Ecocatalyst
Project Leader:Dr. Hidekii Masuda