Kamei Osamu
  • Kamei Osamu 
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Deputy director, Center of the History of Japanese Industrial Technology and researcher at the National Museum of Nature and Science. PhD (Engineering). Board member of the International Council of Museums Committee for Museums and Collections of Natural History. Researches the history of industrial technology, with technology understood as the totality of the knowledge and skills necessary for the continued existence of humankind.
Japan’s Past Strides in Technology: Preserving Key Records for Posterity2017.06.21

The National Museum of Nature and Science maintains a list of “Essential Historical Materials for Science and Technology,” each year registering important technologies that have had major impacts in the history of science and daily life and should be conveyed to future generations. Here we introduce selected entries that highlight Japan’s achievements as a nation of technology.
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