"KAKEJIKU Project": International Union of Crystallography and Okayama University GSCO schedule the Kakejiku exhibition on January 5-8, 2018 at SCI-PIA. This provides a journey into CRYSTALS not only for high-school students but others who are interested in science. See MORE.
A science trip in France: 14 GSCO students from the Hatten (発展）course have been selected and are going to participate a global perspective study trip on March 10-19, 2018. The trip will be in two locations: in Grenoble and in Poitiers. Its schedul will be a similar one as in March, 2017. See the report of the last trip, in Grenoble and in Poitiers .
14 GSCO students from the Hatten (発展）course participated on a science from a global perspective study trip from March 15-24. The trip was in two locations: the first half was in Poitiers and the second half, Grenoble. In both cities, a warm hospitality waited for them.See more in Poitiers and in Grenoble .
GSCO students are now going to visit Poitiers and Grenoble, FRANCE from March 15th to 24th 2017, in order to make special trainning at advanced science facilities in FRANCE. They are already looking forward to communicating with people in France. See the detaild schedule.
Okayama University delegation to the University Grenoble Alps, France: GSCO program briefing Oct. 13th and 14th, 2016 is a deepening of our relationship. See more ・・・.
The first Virtual Classroom (VC) with the counterpart at Cite scolaire internationale de Grenoble (CSI), France: GSCO members of GSCO took part in the first VC with their friends at CSI on October 1, 2016. The VC is a unique and groundbreaking effort to introduce high school students to the collaborative and communicative aspects of modern scientific research. Okayama University has given its full support to the project as part of its progress in internationalisation. More ・・・.
The Ambassador of the European Union to Japan briefed on GSCO by Special Advisor, Dr Bernard Chenevier: His Excellency Mr Viorel Isticioaia-Budura, Ambassador of the European Union to Japan was briefed on Global Science Campus, Okayama (GSCO) by the Special Advisor, Dr Bernard Chenevier during His Excellency’s visit to Okayama University on June 29, 2016. More ・・・.
Virtual Classroom (VC) between GSCO (Okayama) and CSI (Grenoble): Enabling High-School students from Asia and Europe to interact over the Internet on HOT and GLOBAL TOPICS: a technical and cultural challenge. More ・・・.
Initiating GSCO students to advanced Science Facilities abroad: combining Science and Cultural Experiences in Europe: GSCO students will be exposed for 10 days to challenging international research and cultural stimulations.
Connecting GSCO students with outstanding foreign Research Centers: : GSCO students had a Q&A through TV conferencing with two top researchers working at the European Synchrotron Research Facility (ESRF) and have all their questions answered. More ・・・
SPring-8 and Super-Kamiokande: a journey at the heart of Large Scale Research: GSCO students visit the jewels of Japanese research facilities to learn about high energy X-rays and ≪neutrino chasing≫.
Evaluation Committee: The 2nd evaluation of GSCO results was done at Okayama on 27th of March 2016.