The Inamori Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of a special website for the 2021 Kyoto Prize on November 10 at 10:00 a.m. JST, coinciding with the “Kyoto Prize Week” when Kyoto Prize related events usually take place.
Five years after his receiving the Kyoto Prize, we had had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Graham Farquhar, a plant biologist and the 2017 Kyoto Prize laureate in Basic Sciences!
Dr. Karl Deisseroth, a neuroscientist and the 2018 Kyoto Prize laureate in Advanced Technology, received the 2021 Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award on September 24, 2021.
In this installment of the series of “Unearthing the Words of Kyoto Prize Laureates,” we had the pleasure of interviewing Tamasaburo Bando V, the 2011 Kyoto Prize laureate in the Arts and Philosophy category.
In this installment of the series “Unearthing the Words of Kyoto Prize Laureates,” we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Takeo Kanade, the 2016 Kyoto Prize laureate in the Advanced Technology category.
On August 20, 2021, Dr. László Lovász, the 2010 Kyoto Prize laureate in Basic Sciences, was awarded the Hungarian Order of Saint Stephen, the highest decoration of Hungary.
Video footage of the press conference that announced the 2021 Kyoto Prize laureates at the Hotel Nikko Princess Kyoto is now available.
This year's Kyoto Prize features the following fields for each category: Information Science for Advanced Technology, Life Sciences (Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Neurobiology) for Basic Sciences, and Thought and Ethics for Arts and Philosophy.
On May 20, 2021, Dr. Jane Goodall, a primatologist and the 1990 Kyoto Prize laureate in Basic Sciences, was awarded the 2021 Templeton Prize!
Interivew with Dr. Takashi Mimura, the 2017 Kyoto Prize laureate in the Advanced Technology category, titled “Being of Service” Means to Be Needed and Appreciated by the Overwhelming Majority
The Inamori Foundation is pleased to announce the 2021 Kyoto Prize laureates on June 18, 2021 after a one-year postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2020, which was postponed last Spring due to the spread of a new coronavirus infection, will be held online as the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2021 and distributed from the University of Oxford.