The 2023 Kyoto Prize at Oxford was held at the University of Oxford on May 9 and 10. The 2022 Kyoto Prize laureates, Dr. Carver Mead, Dr. Bryan T. Grenfell and Dr. Zakir Hussain, participated in panel discussion as well as public lectures. Here is a brief report of the events.
The Inamori Foundation is pleased to announce the 2023 Kyoto Prize laureates at around 15:00 on June 16 (JST.) The press conference is going to be live streamed on the Kyoto Prize YouTube channel. Please join us online!
The 2013 Kyoto Prize Laureate in Basic Sciences, Dr. Masatoshi Nei, passed away at the age of 92.
The 2023 Kyoto Prize at Oxford will take place both online and in-person on May 9 and 10, 2023.
The 2023 Kyoto Prize Symposium was held in San Diego, California from March 15 to 17.
The 2023 Kyoto Prize Symposium (KPS) will be held in San Diego, California from March 15 to 17.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Joan Jonas, the 2018 Kyoto Prize laureate in the Arts and Philosophy category.
On January 24, 2023, Dr. Karl Deisseroth, the 2018 Kyoto Prize laureate in Advanced Technology, was selected as a recipient of the “Japan Prize” in Life Sciences. Many congratulations on this prestigious recognition!
This year, due to the concerns about COVID-19, we have decided to cancel the Presentation Ceremony and related events. Instead, the same as last year, the Commemorative Lectures and introductory videos will be available online on the 2022 Kyoto Prize Special Website!
In this installment of the series, we had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Peter Raymond Grant and Dr. Barbara Rosemary Grant, the 2009 Kyoto Prize laureates in the Basic Science category.
Dr. Bruno Latour, who received the 2021 Kyoto Prize in Arts and Philosophy passed away at the age of 75.
On September 12, 2022, Dr. Nussbaum and Dr. Langer were selected as the recipients of the Balzan Prize. Many congratulations on this prestigious recognition!