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函館マリンバイオクラスター ~UMI(Universal Marine Industry)のグリーン・イノベーション~ をテーマとした地域イノベーション戦略支援プログラムは、「計測・予測」「持続的生産」「高機能化」「ブランド形成」の4つの研究テーマを展開し、函館地域の多様な海洋資源・研究集団・高度・大量生産する技術を駆使して、世界レベルのマリンバイオクラスター形成を目指します。

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What is a Knowledge Cluster?
A “Knowledge Cluster” is a system for technological innovation. Organized by local initiative around universities and other public research institutions with original R&D topics and potential, the system also features participation by companies inside and outside the region.
More specifically, a Knowledge Cluster establishes networks of individuals in academia and the private and government sectors – through project planning, joint –research, and exchanges of ideas. The Knowledge Cluster creates a system successively fostering technological innovation while stimulating interaction between the technological “seeds” of core research institutions and the practical “needs” of the business world based on close collaboration and daily communication. Developing this system will allow Japan to draw people, things and money and will allow Japan to expand its technological innovation on a global level.
Cluster Vision
Natural, geographical, and historical advantages for fisheries and marine industries have collected various industries and prominent scientific institution in the Hakodate area. Based on this character, the ‘Hakodate International Fisheries and Ocean City Concept’ commenced in 2003, in which the formation of an international scientific research city of fisheries and marine science was targeted. A number of projects developing scientific technologies into industrial advancement have since been implemented. Currently, we have a platform of industry-academia-government collaboration. To optimally exploit this foundation, we aim to form a sustainable marine bio industrial cluster through the global innovation of fisheries and marine science. In this innovation, we recognize the ocean as a huge and measurable production system, and develop total technologies in order to utilize valuable substances from marine-bio-resources.
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Project Overview
We have succeeded in forming local industrial network thanks to the City Area Program (“basic” and “development” stage projects). By further developing this network, we establish a green innovation model of UMI (Universal Marine Industry) in the Hakodate area, and promote new business development worldwide.
This project is promoted by collaboration with academia, industries, and local government in this area, under the basic concept of ‘Hakodate International Fisheries and Ocean City.’ The Knowledge Cluster Headquarters of the project are installed in the Hakodate Regional Industry Promotion Organization, which serves as both the core organization and core research institution. We establish a successive promotion system, which supports industrialization from research and development to final enterprise development, utilizing the know-how and network obtained in the City Area Program.
We target the information of a sustainable marine bio industrial cluster through global innovation in fisheries and marine science, which activates various industries in the Hakodate area, and brings international competitiveness to the same. In this project, we have the following four research-and-development themes:
theme 1
Improvement of the balance between an advanced use and sustainable use of biota and aquatic environment in the coastal region using marine spatial information
Sei-ichi Saitoh, Professor, Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
theme 2
Autonomous ‘green bio-farming’ of the northern mega-benthos containing high value added products
Hajime Yasui, Professor, Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
theme 3
Research and development for creation of highly functional resources harnessing biological characteristics of mega-benthos
Kazuo Miyashita, Professor, Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University
theme 4
Research and development for establishment of global standards for food quality and health effects
Takeya Yoshioka, Chief Researcher, Hokkaido Industrial Technology Center
We develop research results with the know-how accumulated to date. To develop them widely, we tackle efforts to improve their competitiveness in the international market and collaborate with domestic and/or international partners aggressively. Technology transfer is realized by cooperative researches, in which members from industry, academia, or government unite to develop technologies concerning common issues. This process proved to be very useful in the City Area Program in Hakodate. In addition, the expansion use of our technology is prompted by science and technology coordinators in a variety of efforts. To foster human resources, we have basic strategies of (1) training researchers and engineers, (2) training industrial support talents, and (3) training technology talented individuals of the next generation. Therefore, we will willingly provide young researchers with chances to participate in research projects.
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