On April 23, InaRIS Fellowship Award Ceremony was held at a hotel in Kyoto for the first time since the establishment of the Fellowship in 2019.
The 2022 Kyoto Prize at Oxford will take place both online and in-person on May 10 and 11, 2022.
The 2022 Kyoto Prize Symposium will be held in-person and virtually on March 30 and 31, 2022.
The Inamori Foundation announced the 2022 fellows for the Inamori Research Institute for Science (InaRIS) Fellowship Program on March 18, 2022.
Inamori Foundation and Kyoto University signed on a memorandum of the Kyoto University—Inamori Foundation Joint Kyoto Prize Symposium (KUIP) for the new term 2022-2025 on March 17, 2022. KUIP was inaugurated in 2014 as an annual symposium hosted by Kyoto University in cooperation with the Inamori Foundation. KUIP provides opportunities to stimulate an interest in...
The Inamori Foundation announced the 50 recipients of the 2022 Inamori Grants on March 11, 2022. Out of 411 applicants, 40 from the field of natural sciences and 10 from the field of humanities and social sciences were selected through the rigorous selection.
In November last year, we announced that the 2022 KUIP would be held at Tokyo. However, it turned into the on-line event due to concerns about the coronavirus. The theme is “Immune System Regulates Whole; Cancer, Aging, Brain, Microbiome.” The 2016 Kyoto Prize laureate, Tasuku Honjo and other three top researchers deliver their lectures respectively...
Dr. Takeo Kanade, the 2016 Kyoto Prize laureate in Advanced Technology, received the 40th Kyoto Prefecture Cultural Award (Distinguished Achievement) on January 6, 2022.
President of the Inamori Foundation, Shinobu Inamori-Kanazawa received the National Order of Merit (Ordre National du Merite) from the French government on December 10, 2021.
In the series “Visiting 3S Researchers,” we interview researchers in 3S who are very active in a variety of fields. The sixth interview is with Dr. Hiroko Nishida (2017 Inamori Research Grant Recipient) from Kyushu University.
In the series "Visiting 3S Researchers," we interview researchers in 3S who are very active in a variety of fields. The fifth interview is with Dr. Mareki Honma (2003 Inamori Research Grant Recipient) from National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.
For this installment of the series “Unearthing the Words of Kyoto Prize Laureates,” we were fortunate enough to interview Dr. Edward Witten, the 2014 Kyoto Prize laureate in the Basic Sciences category.