UN's new man in Japan wants to build bridges with business
Nikkei Asian Review
As a boy, Oki loved science and idolized physicist Hideki Yukawa, the first Japanese Nobel laureate. In elementary school, Oki wrote in an essay that he, too, would one day win the Nobel Prize in physics. His interests later expanded to the humanities.
Craftsmanship spirit behind Japan's scientific success
This year's Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine has been awarded to Japanese microbiologist Yoshinori Ohsumi for his research into how damaged cells recycle themselves, which the Nobel jury said is of "fundamental importance in physiology and ...
[Editorial] A long term vision is needed for South Korea to win a Nobel Prize
This marks the third year in a row that Japan has produced a Nobel laureate. Japan has a splendid record with the Nobel Prize. Since Hideki Yukawa won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1949, 22 Japanese have been awarded Nobel prizes in the pure sciences ...
The Russell-Einstein peace manifesto – archive
... physiology and medicine, Professor C. F. Powell of Bristol University, winner of the Nobel Prize for physics, Professor J. Rotblat of the University of London; and Professor Hideki Yukawa of the University of Kyoto, Japan, winner of the Nobel Prize ...