Past Recipients

2019 Morita Prize for Young Scientists went to a physicist and a biologist.
The research interest of the former (front row, the third person from the left)
covers condensed-matter physics and non-linear optics while that of the latter
(front row, the third from the right) comparative morphology,
evolutionary ecology and paleoecology.

 

The FY 2018 International Fellowship recipients talked about their research and country
on March 9; the Malaysian PhD on the use of photocatalyst in wastewater treatment, and
the Indian PhD candidate on computational model of hemodynamics

 

FY2018 Domestic Scholarship were awarded to 10 students (one absent, while studying abroad)
at the JAUW New Years Party on Jan. 12.


 

2018 Morita Prize for Female Scientists were presented on June 3 to the doctors of pharmacy and of science.
The former specializes in pathologic metabolism while the latter in soft matter physics.
The party commemorating the Prize’s 20th anniversary was held later,
together with the past awardees from across the country.


The International Fellowship awardee for 2017 is an anthropologist from Hong Kong.
Her presentation entitled, “More Equality, More Happiness?” was made on January 27.



2017  Domestic Scholarship students sit in the front row along with JAUW President Yaeko Sumi



2017 Morita Prize for Female Scientists were presented to a biologist and a chemist. 
They made brief presentations on their work in front of the JAUW members,
their teachers  and their family members on June 4, 2017.



 



2016 Domestic Scholarship recipients and JAUW President (front row)




The two International Fellowship awardees (front row in the center) introduced their research and home country to JAUW members in Feb. 2016.

The 2016 Morita Prize for Female Scientists awardees (with red corsages) congratulated
by their families, teachers, colleagues, and JAUW members.










FY 2015 Domestic Scholarship awardees with JAUW members managing the program


FY 2015 International Scholarship awardees were from Finland and Bulgaria

 

The two International Fellowship awardees (front row in the center) introduced their research and home country to JAUW members in Feb. 2015.


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