What would you do to avoid dementia? -Propose a new lifestyle" - QWS Academia

In recent years, we have entered an era of VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity), where the future becomes more difficult to predict, and entrepreneurship, the “ability to seek something new from zero,” is in demand not only by some companies but also worldwide. Entrepreneurship, the ability to seek something new from scratch, is now required not only by some companies, but also worldwide. Furthermore, well-being, the ability to be mentally, physically, and socially happy and fulfilled, has become a very significant trend. Against these backgrounds, Beyond 2020 NEXT PROJECT has been working on planning and organization around the themes of SDGs, well-being, and comprehensive knowledge.
In this event, we will turn our attention to “brain science,” a field that is existing and difficult to commercialize, yet essential for the further development of society in the future, and focus our discussions on “not getting dementia” rather than “supporting people after they get dementia. Through lectures and group discussions, we will look for the current situation and issues regarding dementia, and explore ideas and new lifestyles and amusements to solve them.

*Dates and times: Wednesday, November 30, 2022, 18:30-21:00; Wednesday, December 7, 2022, 18:30-21:00.
*This is a two-week program. In principle, please apply only if you are able to attend both days.
*Target: Junior high and high school students, college students, and QWS members who want to work on solving social issues but have not yet taken action.
Junior high and high school students, college students, and QWS members who are interested
in brain science and solving social issues.
* “For students and QWS members only” (No general participation tickets are available at this time.)
*Capacity: 30 people
*Participation Fee: Free
*Venue: SHIBUYA QWS Crosspark, 15F Shibuya Scramble Square
*Sponsored by SHIBUYA QWS Innovation Council
*Co-sponsored by Beyond 2020 NEXT PROJECT, Waseda University Institute for Global Scientific Knowledge Integration, Greater Tokyo Innovation Ecosystem, WASEDA-EDGE Human Resources Development Program

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