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The 4th Young Researcher Award Memorial Lecture

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National Institutes of Natural Sciences awards the " National Institutes of Natural Sciences Young Researcher Award" for excellent young researchers who have worked diligently to create new natural science fields.
We are pleased to announce that the 4th award winners will hold a commemorative lecture as follows. In this commemorative lecture, we will give a lecture in an easy-to-understand manner to high school students, hoping that they will come into contact with cutting-edge academic research and become more interested in science. Please join us from students to the general public.

Summary

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- National Institutes of Natural Sciences Young Researcher Award Memorial Lecture -
Date and time: Sunday, June 14, 2015 13: 00-18: 00
(Meet the Lecturers 17: 10-18: 00)
Venue: Miraikan Hall, 7th Floor, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
2-3-6 Aoyama, Koto Ward, Tokyo
Application: Please be sure to fill in [Name], [Gender], [General / Student *] and send the application email to the email address below.
※ Students include high school students, college students, graduate students, and preparatory students.
※ We do not use personal information etc contacted in this application for applications other than lectures organized by National Institutes of Natural Sciences .
mail address:mail address
Application deadline: Thursday, June 11
※ Even before the application deadline, please understand that we will close the application as soon as it reaches capacity.
Thank you very much for your participation. It ended successfully with generous support.
Entry fee: free
Organized by: Prof. Anatoly Spitkovsky  E-mail: anatoly_AT_astro.princeton.edu (replace _AT_ with @)  Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University
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We support transportation expenses to the venue (subject: high school student)

The following recruitment has ended. Thank you for many applications.

Those who wish to support transportation expenses from high school students are required to indicate the motive of hope on the following application form,
To the following e-mail addressFriday, May 29, 2015Please sign up before.
To participate in a range of budget carried out a review in this mechanism Section the Ru transportation costs amount equivalent to National Institutes of Natural Sciences to help in accordance with the provisions of.
Please note that the application will be closed as soon as the budget is reached, even before the application deadline, Friday, May 29th.
(Prospective people to support: about 50 people).
application:"4th National National Institutes of Natural Sciences Young Researcher Award Commemorative Lecture Participation Travel Expense Support Application Form" [Word file / 36KB]
mail address:mail address(Travel exclusive email address for travel expenses support request)
Note) Please apply for 1 person with 1 e-mail. Parental consent is required for participation.
We will inform you of the results of the examination in order of the end of May at the e-mail address you provided on the application form.
In addition, we will send you a chance to follow "registration certificate"On the day of the lecture, please sign and sign the consent of the parents to the registration certificate and bring it with you.
On the day, I confirm the identity by a document (student ID card) certifying that I am a high school student.
In addition, if you can not verify your identity, you can not pay for transportation expenses.
Transportation fee will be paid for actual expenses from the nearest public transportation institution (such as railroad) at the high school where you are enrolled.
Regarding the method of payment for transportation expenses, we plan to contact you at the time of sending "registration certificate" together.
※ We do not use personal information etc contacted in this application for applications other than lectures organized by National Institutes of Natural Sciences .

Program

Award ceremony
13: 00 - Ceremony: Katsuhiko Sato, Director, National Institutes of Natural Sciences
Awards:
National Astronomical Observatory of Japan Kazumitsu Aoki
National Institute for Fusion Science Takuya Nagasaka
National Institute for Basic Biology Kenshiro Hara (currently Graduate School of Agriculture, Tohoku University)
National Institute for Physiological Sciences Hidehiko Okamoto
Institute for Molecular Science Takao Osako
Commemorative lecture
13: 10-13: 50 "The first star of the universe-the beginning of a diverse material world"
Kazumitsu Aoki
13: 55-14: 35 "The sun on earth-nuclear fusion-what to put in?"
Takuya Nagasaka
14: 35-14: 45 break
14: 45-15: 25 "Approaching the identity of stem cells that produce large amounts of sperm"
Kenshiro Hara
15: 30-16: 10 "Human cranial nerve activity that changes flexibly depending on the environment"
Hidehiko Okamoto
16: 15-16: 55 "Aiming for an environmentally friendly futuristic transition metal catalytic reaction"
Takao Osako
Closed type
16: 55 ~ Closing greetings
Meat the Lectures
From 17:10 to 18:00 - Talk directly with the speaker -

Pamphlet

Pamphlet
4th Young Researcher Award Commemorative Lecture Pamphlet[PDF file / 1.94MB]

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