Scientific Visual Storytelling Contest @ PWS12

As part of celebrating the 10th Anniversary of CICASP , and to reaffirm our commitment to promoting good science communication, we hosted a Scientific Visual Storytelling Contest during the 12th PWS Symposium . The goal of a scientific visual story is to inform an audience...
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CICASP celebrates 10 years

The CICASP Team
Photo from front row left to right: Heungjin Ryu, Ikuma Adachi, Yuko Hattori, Hikaru Wakamori, Takakazu Yumoto (current Director), Tetsuro Matsuzawa (Founding Director), David Hill, Cintia Garai, Fred Bercovitch, Andrew MacIntosh, Susumu Tomiya. Photo Credit: Miho Nakamura,...
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Conserv’Session Talks X Inuyama

New conservation outreach event at the Japan Monkey Centre
This forthcoming session will engage experts with the public by discussing about the threats of having certain species as pets. Public’s knowledge and attitude toward the illegal pet trade, animals’...
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PRI Short-term Internship Program

Calling all interns! The Primate Research Institute calls for applications for internship students with an interest in any area of primatological science. For more information and to find out how to apply, please visit the PRI short-term internship website .
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PRI adds piece of flare with new logo

And the winner is... During summer of 2017, PRI ran an open competition for a new logo design. From among a strong pool of submissions, a winner has finally emerged and will begin spicing up relevant websites and business cards in early 2018. Congratulations go to former PRI...
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Hello, Tenure!

Ikuma Adachi and Andrew MacIntosh receive tenure at Kyoto University
In it for the long haul... The start of a new academic year here in Japan has brought with it a few changes around Kyoto University's Primate Research Institute and CICASP. Long-time CICASP Assistant Professor (2010-2017) Ikuma Adachi has been promoted to Associate Professor in...
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Lola ya Bonobo: a paradise for bonobos

PhD student Cintia Garai filming at Lola ya Bonobo
Lola ya Bonobo means 'Paradise for Bonobos' in Lingala, one of the official languages of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is a sanctuary located at the edge of Kinshasa, the capital of DR Congo, the country to which this most-recently discovered great ape...
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