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Pre Departure Seminar and Evening Reception

13:00-19:00, Friday 26th April 2024, JSPS London (by invitation only). 

Presentations from this event:

Preparing for your Research Trip

Dr Yumiko Myoken, Deputy Director, JSPS London

JSPS Programmes and After your Fellowship

Ms Yui Miyaura, International Programme Associate, JSPS London

JSPS Summer Programme Experience

Mr Henrik Wong (University of Manchester)

Doing Research in Japan and Building Networks

Dr Henrik Stotz (University of Hertfordshire)

Latest Activities of the UK and Ireland JSPS Alumni Association

Professor Alessandra Devoto, Co Chair of the UK and Ireland JSPS Alumni Association (Royal Holloway, University of London)

Funding opportunities from other Japanese organisations:

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation's Funding Programmes for Research in Japan

Ms Susan Meehan, Scholarships and Grants Officer

The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation's Funding Programmes for Research in Japan

Ms Jenny White, Chief Executive

UK-Japan Symposium on Structural Biology

18th-19th June 2024

Life Sciences Building, University of Liverpool

This symposium is supported by the JSPS London Symposium and Seminar Scheme and the objective is to bring together the UK and Japanese scientists who are engaged in developing and utilizing the frontier methods of structural biology. All major structural biology approaches (cryoEM, XFEL, Synchrotron and neutrons) will be covered and latest developments and future plans for UK-Japan partnership will be discussed.

Information on the symposium programme is available here

For any enquiries about this event including registration, please contact Professor Samar Hasnain:

FY2024 JSPS London Call for the Short Term Pre/Postdoctoral Fellowships for Research in Japan (Final Call for FY2024)

This programme provides the opportunity for short-term visits for pre- and post-doctoral UK researchers and European, North American and Canadian researchers based in the UK and Ireland, for cooperative research with leading research groups at Japanese Universities and Institutions. The programme is designed to provide researchers with first-hand experience of the research and living environment in Japan, whilst expanding academic exchange between Japan and the UK or Ireland. Researchers from any fields; Computer, Engineering, Health, Biological, Life, Natural and Physical Sciences, Mathematics, Humanities and Social Sciences etc. are eligible to apply. Awards will cover visits of 1 to 12 months.

Fellowship Start Period: 1st November 2024 to 31st March 2025

Closing Date: Monday 3rd June, 2024 at 23:59

Completed applications should be sent to JSPS London using the following e mail address:

Any applications received by post or after the closing date will not be accepted.

Please download and carefully read the following 9 documents before starting your application:

01 General Award Information for Applicants

02 Guidelines for Completing your Application

03 Abstract 

04 Subject Area Form for the Natural and Physical Sciences  

05 Subject Area Form for the Humanities and Social Sciences 

06 Application Form

07 Application Checklist

08 Notes for Referees

09 Reference Form