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National Institutes of Natural Sciences

National Institute for Basic Biology

Collaborative Research

Outline of Collaborative Research

Collaborative Research Program

As an Inter-University Research Institute, the National Institute for Basic Biology solicits collaborative research projects with external researchers attached to other universities and institutes (the project leader) and NIBB faculty members (NIBB host researcher) to be conducted these projects using NIBB's facilities.

Collaborative research projects for Trans-Scale Biology

 

Collaborative research projects for new model organism development

 

Individual collaborative research projects


Collaborative research projects for integrative genomics

 

Collaborative research projects for integrative bioimaging

 

Collaborative experiments using the Large Spectrograph

Experiments and research conducted under the auspices of NIBB that use the Okazaki Large Spectrograph.
Research themes
The following 4 themes have been established as subjects for collaborative experiments aimed at clarifying the mechanisms of the photoreceptive systems that control a vast number of biological processes.
I “Control of cellular functions through light signals”
II “Transduction of light energy”
III “Light and space recognition of organisms”
IV “Biological damage of ultra-violet rays and photoreactivation”

Collaborative research projects for bioresource preservation technology development

 

NIBB workshops

 

Support for NIBB training courses

 

Special Collaborative Researchers

NIBB accepts and provides guidance to graduate students from other universities in Japan as Special Collaborative Researchers.
Application Requirements:
Applicants must be students currently attached to a graduate university. Students from National, public, and private universities in Japan are accepted.