Research seminars are an important vehicle through which researchers can stay abreast of the most cutting-edge developments in various fields of brain research. BSI Seminar Series (BSS) is a “flagship” seminar series at BSI. The speakers playing a leading and exciting role in their current field of research, are invited mostly from abroad. BSS is open to scientific community inside and outside of RIKEN. Thus, the BSS provides a unique opportunity for young scientists in Japan to have discussion with distinguished scientists from the world on their cutting-edge research achievements. We sincerely hope to see you in BSS.
- Jun. 10, 2011: Michisuke Yuzaki, Keio University
"Not an orphan anymore - GluD2 now found two parents Cbln and d-serine"
Host: Thomas Launey
- Sep. 9, 2011: Chris Frith, University College London
"Mechanisms of social cognition and interacting minds"
Host: Atsushi Iriki
- Nov. 25, 2011: Rachel Wong, University of Washington
"Diverse developmental strategies underlying the assembly of retinal circuits"
Host: Tomomi Shimogori
- Dec. 9, 2011: Rachel Wilson, Harvard Medical School
[CANCELLED] "Olfactory processing in the Drosophila brain"
Host: Hokto Kazama
- Followed by a reception in the Masao Ito Lounge, BSI Central Bldg. Everyone is welcome.
2-1 Hirosawa, Wako City, Saitama 351-0198 JAPAN
1F Seminar Room, BSI Central Building (C-102 & 103 on E-6, 29 Campus Map)
15 minute walk from Wako-shi station (Tobu Tojo Line or Yurakucho/Fukutoshin Subway Line).
Seminar Committee: Tel:048-462-1111, Ext.7518
- Visiting BSI