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Eno Science Foundation

Japan's First Institution Supporting Rubber-Focused Polymer Research 

Established in 1989 as the first of its kind, the Eno Science Foundation encourages development of the rubber-based polymer field through grant-based research. 

The foundation supports researchers engaged in polymer chemistry and related fields as they pursue the development of new scientific advancements and technologies. 

We're proud of the contributions the Eno Science Foundation has made to both the academia and industry of Japan over its three decades of operation, and we'll proudly continue to its support future activities. 


Foundation Overview

Name: Eno Science Foundation (Public Interest Foundation)
Governing Body: Japanese Cabinet Office
Establishment: September 4, 1989
Granted Status as Public Interest Foundation: August 1, 2012
Board Chairman: Shinichiro Eno
Contact: PMO Hanzomon, 2-1 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0083 Japan Phone: +813-3230-4661 Email: enozaidan@kokoku-intech.com


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