The center is located in the Can Tho University under the support of Japanese Brainworks Asia.
The center aims to create a platform to strengthen technological application in production between Japanese enterprises and the Can Tho University, especially aquaculture and rice cultivation in the Mekong Delta region.
Additionally, the center is a place which offers startup ideas to technology students with the assistance of Japanese experts and enterprises.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Deputy Chairman of Can Tho City People’s Committee Truong Quang Hoai Nam said that the center will contribute greatly in scientific researches and training of the university as well as bring more opportunity to cooperate between the two sides in the field of technology.
The Can Tho University is a major high education institution in the Mekong delta with over 50,000 students. Currently, the school signed agreement with more than 120 research institutions, schools and international research organizations.