iCeMS Science in Society
Researchers are like explorers. Society and science need them to open up new horizons and take us in new directions for the future. Researchers need the support of society in order to achieve their goals. Historically it has always been so. Science cannot exist in isolation.
iCeMS researchers actively communicate the contents of their work to the community and receive valuable feedback on societal concerns and real needs. Our scientists are not only good teachers, they are also good listeners. Through participation in science festivals and by creating broadcast media that captures their passion for their work, iCeMS researchers aim to foster a new generation of young innovative scientists.
A talk series featuring young scientists, who deliver presentations that will persuade any curious listener why their science matters
Meet iCeMS scientists and discuss their work over tea and coffee
Research-themed games and play activities to pique your intellectual curiosity. Your ideas, questions, and opinions are most welcome.
iCeMS Family Science
Children and parents become scientists for the day, conducting experiments based on NHK Educational TV programs.
iCeMS Community News
iCeMS holds its 20th Café: “Training Rowdy Cells with Limitless Potential!”
March 14, 2017
iCeMS Learning Lounge #11: Yousuke Katsuda + Saki Fukuoka [February 23, 2017]
February 20, 2017
Videos of Learning Lounge #8 now available
January 24, 2017
iCeMS Learning Lounge #11: Kelly Kawabata + Andrew Gibbons [January 26, 2017]
January 23, 2017
Knowledge Capital Workshop Fes, Autumn 2016: “Let’s Think about It from Here” with NHK E-Tele “Think Like a Crow!”
December 19, 2016
Knowledge Capital Workshop Fes, Autumn 2016: TATEWARI Board Game
December 19, 2016