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Series of Special Interviews: International Brain Circulation and Japan's efforts to promote it

The strategic importance of STI is growing in today's society, and countries are competing to achieve excellence in this field.

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<OIST> Breaking down the barriers for children with developmental disorders through international collaboration — An interview with Dr. Gail Tripp

Promoting international research mobility and creating international talent circulation is an essential condition for robust research and development. To this end, it is important to internationalize the research ecosystem, promote international human resource exchange, and ensure that Japan is firmly integrated into the international brain circulation network.

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Fascinated by the unusual and pursuing the various potential uses of photocatalysis: Jinhua Ye [Researchers from across the sea]

In this installment of the special feature "Researchers from across the sea," we introduce Dr. Jinhua Ye, a top researcher at the International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics of the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), who pursues the various potential cutting‐edge uses of photocatalysis as leader of the Photocatalytic Materials Group.

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[Integration of humanities and science] "Historical informatics" ∼ Dr. Makoto Goto aims to digitize old documents for new knowledge

An academic field that spans the humanities and sciences and integrates the two is a symbol of a new era.

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Leading Japan with an international outlook — An interview with former OIST president Dr. Peter Gruss

Promoting international research mobility and creating international talent circulation is an essential condition for robust research and development.

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A society with soft robots that collaborate with humans: Anh Van Ho [Researchers from across the sea]

This installment of Science Portal's special feature "Researchers from across the sea," introduces Anh‐Van Ho, Associate Professor in the Human Information Science Research Area, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST).

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Sea level rise of up to 3 m even if temperature rise is limited to "1.5 ℃ — WMO worried that sea levels will continue rising for 2000 years

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has published a report that predicting that even if the world achieves its goal of limiting the temperature rise to 1.5 ℃ higher than pre‐industrial levels "Sea levels will continue to rise for the next 2,000 years, with a maximum rise of 3 m."

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