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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.-- Innovative PR, media relations, and online publishing consultancy Global Media Strategies (www.gmsinnovate.com) is supporting the Technology Partnership of Nagoya University, Inc. (NU Tech) by helping promote the organization's Crop Science & Biotechnology Roundtable at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center on Oct 25, 2013. NCTechNews, a professionally edited online news publication of GMS, is serving as media sponsor of the event.

This year's Roundtable, set to begin at 8:30 a.m., features presentations by Monsanto Company, Syngenta Biotechnology, Inc., and Bayer CropScience in addition to "Manipulation of stomatal opening increases photosynthesis and plant growth" by Dr. Toshihiro Kinoshita, professor of Nagoya University, and "Two B3 domain-EAR motif transcriptional repressors are essential to repress embryonic program after seed germination in Arabidoposis thaliana" by Dr. Hironaka Tsukagoshi, designated lecturer of Nagoya University.

NU Tech promotes tech transfer and research collaboration between U.S. partners and Nagoya University, mainly focusing on the life sciences and biotechnology in Research Triangle Park. Nagoya University is one of seven prestigious "Imperial" universities in Japan with 13 Graduate Schools, three Research Institutions and 18 Research Centers. 16,000 full time students study and work with 2,000 full time faculty members and 2,000 support staff.

NCTechNews supplements quality technology reporting by respected media outlets throughout North Carolina, publishing daily news items submitted by technology business executives and PR professionals. The publication is crawled daily by multiple search engines and utilizes an underlying RSS feed infrastructure to help disseminate content to target audiences.

For more information visit www.nctechnews.com.

For more information on NU Tech, visit www.nutechtransfer.org.

For more information about Global Media Strategies, visit www.gmsinnovate.com.

About Global Media Strategies

Global Media Strategies is an innovative PR, media relations, and online publishing consultancy specializing in getting businesses and organizations in front of target audiences. We use proven effective communication tools and methodologies to increase brand awareness and drive sales for clients in new and emerging markets. Global Media Strategies operates out of the technology-rich Research Triangle Park region of North Carolina, USA, a hotbed of innovation and economic growth, and home to some of the leading life sciences and technology firms in the world. For more information, visit www.gmsinnovate.com.

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