We are trying to introduce MBSJ members to highschool students so that they have opportunity to experience for latest biology.
MBSJ regular members, most of them are ‘professional› scientists with ph.D or MD, who belong to lab in universities, research organizations, or companies. They visit high school for free and give lectures.
They enthusiastically tell highschool students how it is interesting of the world of biological science.
Although “molecular biology” is a relatively new field in the life science domain, its development has been remarkable and has contributed enormously to society. On the other hand, it is a well-known fact that the situation of young researchers belonging to the Molecular Biology Society is still not satisfactory, regardless of gender.
The MBSJ Career Development Committee, newly started in the 18th term (2013), aims to raise, analyze, reduce, and eliminate the numerous problems surrounding young researchers.
Pre-Survey for the MBSJ Career Development Committee's Lunchtime Seminar 2021: “Things you should do as an early-career researcher: advice to young researchers and graduate students”
Dr. Tomizawa Jun-ichi, the first Editor-in-Chief of Genes to Cells, MBSJ academic journal, has invested in private property to support young scientists.
This grant is unique because it doesn't limit the use if it helps their research.
*More about Dr.Tomizawa Jun-ichi, see Here.