Professor Goto speaks at the JSPS International Fellowships for Research in Japan Orientation
Sep 21, 2022
On September 14, 2022, Professor Shinsuke Goto from the Graduate School of Science, Department of Biology, gave a lecture titled “Understanding Japanese Research Customs,” hosted by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) at Comore Yotsuya, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. The lecture was part of an orientation program for the awardees of JSPS International Fellowships for Research in Japan.
Professor Goto speaking about his own experience hosting foreign researchers
Q&A session about life and research activities in Japan
The orientation was held for foreign postdoctoral fellows, who have recently entered Japan to conduct research. Professor Goto spoke humorously about Japanese research culture, using examples from his own field (entomology). He noted things to keep in mind as a researcher, as well as points to remember while doing science in Japan. Following his talk, the floor was opened to the audience of approximately 50 postdoctoral fellows, for a lively question-and-answer session.
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