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Research

Research

BDR researchers coming from diverse research fields are working together to achieve higher goals.

Seminars & Symposia

Seminars & Symposia

BDR hosts annual symposium and regular seminars inviting international scientists in life science.

Careers & Study

Careers & Study

BDR embraces people from diverse backgrounds, and strives to create an open and supportive setting for research.

Outreach

Outreach

BDR communicates the appeal and significance of our research to society through the use of various media and activities.

News

News

From research, events, people and everything in between, find out what’s going on at RIKEN BDR.

About Us

About Us

Exploring the scientific foundations of life through interdisciplinary approaches to address society’s problems.

Photo op at BDR summer school for university students

Careers & StudyProgram for Students

UPCOMING EVENTS

There are currently no scheduled events.

BDR offers a variety of different opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to experience and learn how to do research..

BDR Spring Course

Every year in the spring at the Osaka campus, the BDR organizes a training course for graduate and undergraduate students which includes a full day of lectures on the first day followed by a practical component allowing the students to work in a lab at the BDR for a few days and experience and learn cutting-edge approaches used in fields of biophysics and systems biology. Students can choose a lab they wish to work in out of approximately ten labs at the Osaka Campus involved in the program.

BDR Summer School for University Students

Every summer at the Kobe Campus, BDR organizes a five-day internship opportunity for undergraduate students interested in learning about and experiencing the latest research in the life science field. The program includes lectures by BDR researchers and a practical element allowing participants to carry out small projects in a participating lab at the Kobe Campus. The program also offers the participants the chance to visit other labs to learn about research being carried out in those labs.

BDR Intensive Lecture Program for Graduate Students

The BDR hosts a two-day lecture program in the summer every year for students enrolled in partnering graduate and medical schools, mainly in the Kansai region, for credit. The program features scientific talks by BDR principal investigators as well as younger researchers on their work as well as an opportunity to visit some of the BDR laboratories.

The above programs are currently offered in Japanese only. For programs for high school students go to the Public Events page.

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