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Envisioning of liquid consumption of digitalised arts: Innovation, creativeness, and transformation of nature and art assets


09:00 to 13:30 UK time, Monday 6th December, 2021.

This event is hosted by Bournemouth University and supported by JSPS London. This webinar will be held through zoom and is free to attend.

If you would like to participate in this event, please contact below.

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Posted on 10 November 2021

1st UK-Japan Symposium on Advanced Materials for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells


08:30 to 13:30 UK time, Thursday 9th December, 2021.

This event is hosted by University of Sheffield and supported by JSPS London. This webinar will be held through zoom and is free to attend.

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UK-Japan Webinar: A Multimodal, Translational Approach to Clarify the Role of Microglial Dysfunction in Schizophrenia


9:00 to 11:00 am UK time, Wednesday 17th February, 2021.

This event is hosted by King’s College London and supported by JSPS London. This webinar will be held through zoom and is free to attend.

Outline of Event, Programme and Registration Information 

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Posted on 30 January 2021

[JSPS Webinar] COVID-19: the impact on mental health and the fight back using the supercomputer

Time and Date: Thursday 17th December 2020, 10:00-11:00 AM (UK time)
Talks include pioneering research from Professor Makoto Tsubokura based at Kobe University and the RIKEN Centre for Computational Research, on visualising the dispersion of droplets containing viruses using supercomputer simulations. 
Details about the full event programme and how to register attendance (which must be done by 15th December), can be found from the following link:
This zoom webinar is being organised by the JSPS Stockholm center and JSPS Alumni based in Norway and is free to attend. 

Posted on 03 December 2020

International Symposium on Tumour Biology (on-line)


This symposium is being organised by the Nano Life Science Institute of Kanazawa University. 


26th November 2020: 07:40 - 19:30 Japan Time/ 25th November 2020: 22:40 - 10:30 (26th November) UK Time

27th November 2020: 10:00 - 12:05 Japan Time/ 1:00 - 3:05 UK Time

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Posted on 18 November 2020

UK-Japan workshop on strongly correlated electron systems and 18th Theoretical and Experimental Magnetism Meeting (TEMM)


6th to 7th July 2020, virtual meeting through Zoom.

This meeting is free to attend.

Time: 10:15 to 17:00 UK time (Monday 6th July 2020)

          09:00 to 17:00 UK time (Tuesday 7th July 2020)

This is an international symposium supported by JSPS London on current theoretical and experimental research in magnetism in condensed matter physics, with special emphasis on bringing Japan and UK strongly correlated electron research communities together to foster collaborations.

Event Schedule

Posted on 05 June 2020

PCSEL Workshop 28th May 2020


Time: 07:00 to 10:20 UK time/ 15:00 to 18:20 Japan time

This is an international symposium supported by JSPS London on the topic of Photonic Crystal Surface Emitting Lasers (PCSEL) and will take place via Zoom. Speakers will include Professor Susumu Noda from Kyoto University and Professor Richard Hogg from the University of Glasgow.

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For further details please contact Dr Richard Taylor:

Posted on 19 May 2020

UK-Japan Symposium on Data-Driven Health: Data strategies to predict risk, prevent and manage disease in individuals and populations



Wednesday 26 February 2020

Co-organisers: The Academy of Medical Sciences, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development.

This symposium, co-Chaired by Professor Jill Pell FMedSci and Dr Yuko Harayama, will bring together representatives from academia, industry and the healthcare sector in the UK and Japan around the theme of health data.

Throughout the day, speakers will address health data optimisation and resources including biobanks; engaging with patients and delivering care through digital platforms; and the application of health data to support clinicians through AI and machine learning.

This event is a part of the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-20, and aims to promote international scientific exchange and collaboration.

Key Messages Document 

Posted on 09 January 2020

Introduction to data and resources available at Statistics Bureau Japan


We would like to inform you of the following event organised by Dr Ekaterina Hertog of the University of Oxford and funded by the JSPS London Symposium/Seminar Scheme.


"Introduction to data and resources available at Statistics Bureau Japan"

Date and Time: 11:00 t0 18:00, Thursday 9th January 2020.

Venue: LLR Room, Nuffield College, University of Oxford


In two parts this symposium aims to showcase data collected and made available to researchers by the Japanese Statistical Bureau. In the first part two Japanese statisticians: Professor Hiroe Tsubaki (Director-General, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo; former president of the National Statistics Centre, Japan) and Dr Kiyomi Shirakawa (Deputy Director, National Statistics Centre, Japan) will talk about the statistical data collected by Statistics Bureau Japan with a particular focus on the data that can be used by scholars residing outside Japan. These presentations will be followed by Prof Nobuko Nagase (Ochanomizu University) and Mr Minoru Yagishita (Tokyo Metropolitan University) presenting their own research carried out using the data from the Statistics Bureau, Japan


For further details, including a full list of speakers and how to register attendance, please visit the link below:

Event Report 

Posted on 05 December 2019

Neutrino physics: past, present and future


Date and Time: Thursday, 19 December 2019, 10:00 – 15:30

Location: Springer Nature Campus, London

This event was organised by Dr Teppei Katori, King's College London and Dr Iulia Georgescu, Nature Reviews Physics with support from JSPS London

Neutrinos may be key to tackling deep questions about the Universe, such as the existence of new physics beyond the predictions of the accepted model of particle physics. There are many things we don't yet fully understand about these elusive particles, and to search for answers, physicists rely on large high-precision instruments built in unusual places, such as the Antarctic or abandoned underground mines, that are operated by big international collaborations. Some of the questions this event covered include: What have we learned about neutrinos in the past decade and what do we hope to uncover in the coming years? How do these large instruments work and what does it take to run large international collaborations? Why do physicists build their experiments in remote locations and what technologies do they use to detect neutrinos? What challenges do they encounter when working across continents?

Five leading scientists from the UK and Japan gave presentations and shared their excitement about neutrino physics and discussed the practical challenges they face in their research.

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Posted on 07 November 2019