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Promotion of Academic Research, Science and Technology
This program offers seminars for the general public to experience the latest topics in science and technology. Starting in 1994, these seminars have been held 16 times thus far, inviting Nobel prize recipients, researchers involved in cutting edge research, and recipients of Kurata Grants, our research grant project, as lecturers.
The seminars, popular themes from a diverse range of fields, including medicine, engineering, life sciences, earth and space sciences, and computer science, are taken up and explained in simple terms with the goal of having people from many generations experience how interesting science is and the value of seeing things through the lens of science.
In our seminars, we always take up hot topics from diverse fields such as medicine, engineering, life sciences, earth and space sciences, and information technology, and explain them in an easy-to-understand manner, with the aim of making people of all ages feel the fun of science and the importance of seeing things through the eyes of science.
|Year||Lecturer *The title is the one at that time.|
Team Leader,Laboratory for Organ Regeneration, RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology
Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, the University of Tokyo, and Head, Mobility Innovation Collaborative Research Organization
President&CEO, Hirotsu Bio Science Inc.
Associate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Tokyo
Professor, Earthquake and Volcano Research Center, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University
Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Institute of Technology
President, Tokyo University of Science
Fellow, Tokyo Institute of Technology Center for the Study of World Civilizations
Recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics
Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo and Tohoku University
Commander of Apollo 12
Recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Professor Emeritus, Gakushuin University
President, Science Council of Japan
Senior Chief Researcher, Hitachi Center for Exploratory Research
Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology