New ISAA Alumni Coordinators Came Together
On the day of the 2nd Alumni Meeting in India, February 15, ISAA (India Sakura Science Alumni Association) volunteer coordinators had the opportunity to meet up and discuss ideas about future events.
Sakura Science Club's exclusive members-only SNS terminated on March 31, 2020.
The SSC secretariat apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause to SSC members, but we hope to keep in touch with all members through our official Facebook page and other means. Please contact the secretariat for further inquiry.
Updated in March 2020
On February 15, ISAA (India Sakura Science Club Alumni Association) hosted the second alumni meeting at IIT Delhi 's lecture hall complex. The program was wholly planned and executed by ISAA. In addition to presentations by selected members, the meeting included a Science Contest poster session by high school students.
On November 19, Clarivate Analytics, the international information service company which runs the world’s largest citation index and platform Web of Science, announced Highly Cited Researchers for 2019. The latest list backs up the impression that Japan’s research ability is declining.
From the square banner on the right, you can read the life story of Dr. Satoshi Omura who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine together with Dr. William Campbell for the discovery of ivermectin, a remedy for river blindness prevalent in the African tropics. Before going into his life as a researcher, the author goes back to his family background, elementary school to university days, his teaching experience and how it lead to his entry into graduate school to start his career as a researcher. We hope his story could be an inspiration to your future.
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