Registration for the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2022 is now open

Kyoto Prize Laureates 2021

Registration for the Kyoto Prize at Oxford 2022 is now open

Describing the principles that regulate transcription in animal cells; establishing new fundamental theories for computation and secure computing; and revolutionising the conventional view of science by treating nature, human, laboratory equipment as equal. These are the extraordinary achievements in the disciplines of science, technology and philosophy that the Kyoto Prize Laureates will be bringing to Oxford in a few weeks’ time.

Registration is now open for this year’s edition of the Kyoto Prize at Oxford, hosted on 10 and 11 May by the Blavatnik School of Government in partnership with the Inamori Foundation. The event will return in person after two years, retaining the online element to ensure it reaches as wide an audience as possible.

The three Laureates will all deliver live lectures, either online or in-person, followed by exclusive Q&As with the opportunity for participants to ask questions. After last year’s success, the Laureates’ Panel will again be open to the public. The panel is the unique element of the Oxford events, which sees the three Laureates together to explore themes of innovation, collaboration and leadership.

Follow the links below to register for the public lectures and panel discussion.