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20 Apr 2017 Lecture Logs of The 12th JBUK Meeting "UK Survival Seminar"

The 12th JBUK Meeting "UK Survival Seminar" was held on 22nd February 2017.

This time, the annual meeting featured very interesting talks by three distinguished guest speakers:

Dr Aya Homei, Lecturer, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures,
University of Manchester

Professor Tetsuo Tomiyama, Life Cycle Engineering,
Cranfield University

Professor Emeritus Hideaki Nagase, Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology,
University of Oxford

If you are interested in them, please find the programme and their lecture logs here.

*The materials are available only in Japanese.

29 Jan 2015 The 10th Meeting for Japanese Researcher based in the UK

The 10th Meeting for Japanese Researcher based in the UK on 30th January 2014

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07 Feb 2014 The 9th Meeting for Japanese Researcher based in the UK

The 9th Meeting for Japanese Researcher based in the UK on 30th January 2014

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22 Feb 2013 Building Resilient and Adaptable Infrastructure and Society: Drawing on the Experience of the Tohoku Earthquake 2011

15th to 16th November, 2012

University College London

Programme

Report

29 Jan 2013 第8回在英日本人研究者の会

第8回在英日本人研究者の会

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07 Jan 2013 CSIC-JSPS International Smart Infrastructure Symposium

12-13 November 2012

Trinity Hall, Cambridge

Full Report

30 Nov 2012 Display and Debate: New Agendas for University Museums

UK-Japan Symposium

25 to 26 October 2012

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia

Full Report

 

17 Aug 2012 第1回在外研究員のためのネットワーキングイベント

第1回在外研究員のためのネットワーキングイベント

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28 Feb 2012 Cancer Research UK Symposium (9th to 10th February 2012)

Title of Symposium: Interdisciplinary approaches for the study of senescence
UK Scientific Lead: Masashi Narita, MD, PhD, Senior Group Leader, Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute
Scientific Lead from Japan: Toru Kondo, PhD
Period of Symposium and Location: 9th to 10th February 2012, Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Research Institute (CRUK,CRI)

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15 Feb 2012 Manchester Symposium (5th to 6th January 2012)

Title of Symposium: Risky Engagements: encounters between science, art and public health.
UK Scientific Lead: Dr Rupert Cox, Lecturer in Visual Anthropology, University of Manchester
Scientific Lead from Japan: Professor Kozo Hiramatsu, Director of JSPS London and Emeritus Professor of Kyoto University's Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies.
Period of Symposium and Location:5th and 6th January 2012
University of Manchester, UK, Whitworth gallery and School of Social Sciences.

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