Nagaoka University of Technology

The Techno Museum organizes an exhibition entitled "Future Technologies to Achieve SDGs".

September 20, 2019

NUT hosts the 15th exhibition "Future Technologies to Achieve SDGs" at the Techno Museum (Tekumyu).


At this exhibition, the results of our educational and research activities and industry-academia collaboration, which contribute to the achievement of SDGs, are displayed on panels and actual products in an easy-to-understand manner with SDGs' numbers. NUT is appointed as a hub for SDG 9 (Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure) in the United Nations Academic Impact and contributing toward SDGs. The exhibition introduces SDGs educational games, such as SDGs carom and SDGs Sugoroku, developed by NUT students and offered free for events and training, as well as exhibits of NUT's efforts to SDGs.


On September 14 (Sat) and 15 (Sun), Tekumyu specially opened on the sidelines of NUT Festival (Gidaisai) and was visited by many citizens. Based on staff's exposition, we let visitors know about SDGs and research outcome achieving SDGs in an understandable way, and enjoy the advanced technologies of NUT.


Tekumyu is a place where we can display the results of our education and research in an easy-to-understand manner and make people imagine our future. The future that NUT is aspiring to includes goals for 2030 that SDGs indicate. We believe that the world that SDGs is aiming for is the world that NUT is aiming for, and we will continue to make efforts to achieve the SDGs.


Techno-Museum 15th Rotating Exhibition, "Future Technologies to Achieve SDGs"

- Venue: Techno-Museum, the 1st Floor, Faculty Building (Materials Science, Management Information Systems)

- Period: 9:00 to 17:00 excluding holidays from September 9 (Mon) to November 11 (Mon)


Please refer to the following page for details of the exhibition 新規ウインドウで開きます。"Future Technologies to Achieve SDGs".(Japanese)
Please see 新規ウインドウで開きます。here for information on the provision of SDGs educational games (educational materials) developed by NUT.