Kihara Memorial Foundation Academic Award

The Kihara Memorial Foundation Academic Award (木原記念財団学術賞, Kihara Kinen Zaidan Gakujutsushō) is an award for biological sciences in Japan. It is awarded annually by the Kihara Memorial Yokohama Foundation for the Achievement of Life Sciences, to commemorate Hitoshi Kihara, Japan's pioneer geneticist.

Kihara Memorial Foundation Academic Award
Awarded foroutstanding original research in life sciences
Country Japan
Presented byKihara Memorial Yokohama Foundation for the Advancement of Life Sciences
First awarded1993
Websitekihara.or.jp/award/academic_award.html

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Kihara Institute for Biological Research

The Kihara Memorial Foundation Award is presented to young researchers who have conducted outstanding original research in life sciences.[1] At the annual award presentation held at the Kihara Institute for Biological Research, winners receive 2 million yen, a diploma, and a silver statuette of Benthamidia japonica (Japanese flowering dogwood).[2]

Award winnersEdit

Notable award winners are:

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Kihara Memorial Foundation Academic Award
  2. ^ 木原記念財団学術賞について [About the Kihara Memorial Foundation Academic Award]. 木原財団 (in Japanese). Archived from the original on February 4, 2014. Retrieved February 2, 2013.
  3. ^ Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences Professor Nobuki Matsuoka Wins Kihara Memorial Foundation Science Award
  4. ^ Professor Takashi Araki of the Graduate School of Biostudies receives the Kihara Memorial Foundation Academic Award

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