Registration opens for the second Kyoto Prize at Oxford

Kyoto Prize at Oxford

Registration opens for the second Kyoto Prize at Oxford

Registration is now open for the second Kyoto Prize at Oxford, which is hosted at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford on 8 and 9 May.

The two-day event is held in partnership with the Inamori Foundation and promises to be a fascinating combination of disciplines ranging from biophysics and plant sciences to engineering technology and including a musical performance.

The Laureates' public lectures on Tuesday 8 May 2018 are free and open to the public. Follow the links to find out details and register for each lecture.

Public Lecture by Dr Graham Farquhar, Laureate for Basic Sciences

Public Lecture by Dr Takashi Mimura, Laureate for Advanced Technology

Public Lecture by Dr Richard Taruskin, 2017 Laureate for Arts and Philosophy, and a performance by the Villiers Quartet and Jeremy Young, piano