Dr. Ryuzo Yanagimachi, the 2023 Kyoto Prize Laureate in Advanced Technology, passed away at the age of 95 on September 28 JST. We would like to express our most sincere condolences.
Dr. Antony Hoare, the 2000 Kyoto Prize laureate in Advanced Technology, was selected as a recipient of the Royal Medal (Physical). Many congratulations on this prestigious recognition!
Commemorative lectures by the 2023 Kyoto Prize laureates will be held in Kyoto on November 11. These lectures provide an opportunity to get to know not only the achievements of the laureates but also their views on life and personalities.
Tickets are now on sale for the INAMORI Music Day 2023 concert held at Kyoto Concert Hall on November 3, 2023. This year’s concert will feature a conductor Kenshiro Sakairi and a cellist Haruma Sato, who will perform with the City of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra. In addition, 300 free tickets are available for junior high...
The Inamori Foundation will conduct “INAMORI Music Day 2023” in October-November, 2023 in Kyoto. Inviting a conductor Kenshiro Sakairi and a cellist Haruma Sato with the City of Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, we will hold a concert at Kyoto Concert Hall as well as concerts and lessons at Kyoto Prefectural Nishimaizuru High School. We will also...
The Inamori Foundation opened the applications for the 2024 Inamori Research Grants on July 3, 2023. The application is open until August 31, 2023, 17:00 (JST). The Inamori Research Grants Program was inaugurated in 1985 with the aim of providing young researchers with funding that has as few restrictions as possible, so that they can...
The 2023 Kyoto Prize Laureates Announced!
Due to the spread of the COVID-19, Kyoto Prize and related events had been cancelled since the 2019 Kyoto Prize was awarded. Now we will hold Kyoto Prize Presentation Ceremony for the first time in these four years.
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 Inamori Foundation started to accept applications for the 2023 Inamori Research Institute for Science (InaRIS) Fellowship on May 23, 2022.