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14 Mar 2018 Millennium Science Forum

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Friday 9th November 2018

Venue: The British Embassy in Tokyo


The Millennium Science Froum is held annually at the Britain Embassy in Tokyo with distinguished Japanese and Britain speakers from the scientific community.
The Millennium Science Forum promotes the “*1 Sir Martin Wood Prize” which is awarded to a young researcher who has made an outstanding contribution in condensed matter science.


*1 Sir Martin Wood is the founder and Honorary President of Oxford Instruments plc, the scientific research equipment manufacturer that supports the prize.


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16 Jan 2018 JSPS - Academy of Medical Sciences Collaborative Symposium: Medical Imaging and Artificial Intelligence

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Tuesday 23rd Janaury 2018

Symposium: 09:00 - 16:00, The Academy of Medical Sciences, London

Reception: 18:00 - 20:00, The Embassy of Japan in the UK, London 

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10 Jan 2018 Cell Competition in Development and Cancer

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Date and Venue: 14 February 2018, XLG1 Chemistry LT, Christopher Ingold Building, University College London 

For more information about the event programme and to register please visit the following web link:

www.uk-japan-cell-competition-sympos.site

This event is supported by the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme.

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13 Dec 2017 EPSRC-STFC-JSPS Symposium: Innovation in materials characterization: UK-Japan studies on energy-related materials using Synchrotron radiation

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Date: Thursday 22 February 2018

Venue: Near the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Oxfordshire.


The purpose of this symposium is to bring together researchers in the UK and Japan working on characterisation of materials for energy applications and will provide a unique opportunity to:

• network with researchers in the UK and Japan working on characterisation of energy related materials and form new connections;

• hear about the cutting edge research enabled by synchrotron facilities in the UK and Japan; 

• engage with EPSRC, ISIS and JSPS on their current initiatives and activities enabling international collaboration in this area.

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04 Dec 2017 LSHTM & Nagasaki University: partnership successes and opportunities

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LSHTM & Nagasaki University: partnership successes and opportunities

Date:         Monday 11 December 2017

Time:         14:30 - 16:30

Venue: Keppel Street, London, WC1E 7HT, United Kingdom

Room:       Manson Lecture Theatre

Registration is required. Please sign up for the event at the follwing website:

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02 Aug 2017 Magnonics 2017

7-10 August 2017, Magdalen College, Oxford

For more details and to register, please go to the following link:

https://magnonics2017.com/program/

This event is supported by the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme 

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2017 Portsmouth Translation Conference: Translation and Disruption- Global and Local Perspectives

3-4 November 2017, Portsmouth University 

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This event is supported by the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme 

24 Jul 2017 Stem Cells and the Eye

2-3 November 2017, Cardiff University 

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This event is supported by the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme 

07 Jul 2017 Tenkō in Trans-war Japan: Politics, Culture, History. An international workshop

Tenkō in Trans-war Japan: Politics, Culture, History. An international workshop

Date: 30 June-02 July 2017

Venue: Hinsley Hall, 62 Headingley Lane, Leeds LS6 2BX  

http://www.hinsley-hall.co.uk

For more information, please visit the event website.

This event is supported by the JSPS London Seminar and Symposium Scheme.

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05 Jun 2017 22 JULY/ Outreach Symposium & Concert: 'Medicine, Music, Melancholy and Madness: from Cause to Cure?'

Outreach Symposium & Concert:

'Medicine, Music, Melancholy and Madness: from Cause to Cure?'

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This one-day outreach event provides an opportunity to reflect on the insights from different disciplines on the causes and cures of mental illness as seen through medicine and various art forms in early modern Europe. The day consists of talks and a concert of illustrative music. Open to all and admission free.

  • Saturday 22 July.
  • Talks (10:00-17:30 (Registration: 9:30-)) at The Ian Gulland Lecture Theatre, Whitehead Building, Goldsmiths, University of London.
  • Concert (12:30-13:15) in the Council Chamber, Deptford Town Hall, Goldsmiths, University of London.

The Speakers

Dr Jonathan Andrews (History of Psychiatry, New Castle University) 

Dr Naomi Barker (Historical Musicology, Open University) 

Dr Penelope Gouk (Early Modern Intellectual Culture, University of Manchester) 

Dr Angus Gowland (Intellectual History, University College London)

Dr Naomi Matsumoto (Historical Musicology, Goldsmiths) 

Dr Tessa Storey (Early Modern History, Royal Holloway, University of London) 

Prof Akihito Suzuki (History of Medicine, Keio University, Tokyo)

The Concert

by Emily Atkinson (Soprano); Francesco Giusti (Countertenor); Asako Ogawa (harpsichord), and Nikolay Ginov (Viola da Gamba). The programme includes: Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583- 1643), Capriccio III 'Sopra il cucho'; Marin Marais (1656-1728), Tableau de l'Opération de la Taille; and Henry Purcell (1659-1695) 'Bess of Bedlam', 'From rosy bow'rs'. 

Contact

Dr Naomi Matsumoto (n.matsumoto@gold.ac.uk)

 

Dr Naomi Matsumoto trained as a signer at Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music (Japan), Liceo Musicale di G.B. Viotti (Italy) and Trinity College of Music, London. Specialising in Baroque music, she sang in various concerts and opera productions during the 1990s. She then commenced her studies in historical musicology. She was awarded a PhD from the University of London in 2005 for her thesis 'The Operatic Mad Scene: Its Origins and Development up to c. 1700'. She has received several awards including the British Federation of Woman Graduates National Award, the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation British Award, and the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation Award. Currently, she is a lecturer in music at the Music Department, Goldsmiths and is working on Italian opera in the 17th and 19th centuries.

 

For more Infomation

The flyer is available here (PDF).

This symposium is supported by JSPS.

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