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  For international students and researchers,
 @ Thank you for your interests in Laboratory of Forest Biochemistry, Division of Environmental Science and Technology, Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University.
We have experiences to work together with foreign researchers from many countries including USA, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Israel, India, China, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan and so on. In 2018, we started to organize an international consortium on mushroom genetics. Related workshops are scheduled to promote international collaboration among top scientists in this field. SPIRITS consortium@¨@click here

We will welcome someone who has a strong will to study with us.

Upon consideration, please make sure the following points:
1) Research topic is the most important. Please check our recent publications and confirm if you want to do such kind of study.
Activities of Prof. Honda can be reached at:
https://kyouindb.iimc.kyoto-u.ac.jp/e/fT0oS

2) Not only the knowledge but also experimental skills are required. It is preferable to be able to do basic experiments in molecular biology/genetics, microbiology and gene engineering, although they can be learn in the course.

3) Communication ability in English (or Japanese) is essential. High ability is desirable for admission and scholarship acquirement.

Admission information can be reached at:
http://www.kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/english/admission/

KEYWORDS

Laboratory of Forest Biochemistry
basic and applied sciences, molecular biology, molecular genetics, genomics, biochemistry

Mushroom biology, wood rot fungi, white rot basidiomycetes
molecular genetics, transformation, gene knockout, CRISPR/Cas9, fruitbody development, secondary metabolism, genetic pollution, cultivated mushrooms

Plant molecular biology, bamboo, tree, higher plants
flowering control, flavonoids, gene expression, transgenic rice, source and sink, carbohydrate metabolism

Lignin degradation, carbohydrates decomposition, biomass, enzymatic saccharification, Low carbon society, green civilization, sustainability

CONTACT
Please make contact with Prof. Yoichi Honda at:
honda*@*kais.kyoto-u.ac.jp (delete * to activate e-mail address)
for any inquiries.



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