|Name of Organization||MANAI|
|Governing Body||The Manai Foundation|
|Headquarter||Ichigaya Cross-place 8F, 2-7-15, Ichigayatamachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan 162-0843|
M.S. in Applied Physics from Harvard University
B.S. in Physics from SUNY Stony Brook
His main expertise in research is molecular biology and oncology.
Ph.D. in Mathematics and Information Science from Tokyo Metropolitan University
M.S. in Mathematics from University of Turin
PhD at Sorbonne, Paris VI
Masters at University of Cambridge in mathematics
B.S. at University of Cambridge in mathematics
PhD in Veterinary Medicine (Tokyo Uni)
Cand.Sci. in Biochemistry
MS in Biology and Biology Teaching
Interested in brain, behavior, intelligence, and evolution
Ph.D in Neuroscience from University of Western Australia
Ph.D in Physics from Harvard University
Ph.D. in Neuroscience from University of Tübingen
Ph.D. in Molecular Cell Biology from Innsbruck Medical University
Ph.D. in Linguistics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|October 2014||International School of Science founding project founded|
|August 2015||Summer Program 2015 at Yokosuka Telecom Research Park|
|August 2016||Summer Program 2016 at Yokosuka Telecom Research Park|
|July 2017||Summer Program 2017 at Ritsumeikan University / Tokyo University of Science|
|April 2018||Spring Program 2018 at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST)|
|July 2018||Summer Program 2018 at Hokkaido University|
|October 2018||Launched Manai Lab, a science laboratory for elementary and junior high school students|
|March 2019||Spring Program 2019 at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST)|
|July 2019||Summer Program 2019 at Hokkaido University|
Company name changed to Manai Enterprise., Inc.
|September 2019||Manai Institute of Science and Technology established|
“Talent is something the society breeds and using those talents for the society is how to give back”
is the shared understanding who will act as a “Senpai” and support the students.
Each student who pass the assessment period and enroll to Manai will be assigned their own “Senpai.”
“Senpai,” as experienced member of the society, will help lead the students in their activities.
Specific roles of “Senpai” are:
- Building relationship with the student
- Financial support for the student’s learning
- Providing access to their network
“Senpai” will be able to give back to the society through the talented Manai student - expanding their communities and field through the student.
We believe that for the students during their impressionable times being able to receive support and walk through this time together, will be extremely memorable and impactful.