English below. 







On 5 August, the KAKEN Juku, a training workshop started this year with the aim of improving the adoption rate of the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research programme, reached its final session.


KAKEN Juku is a workshop for young researchers within the university, and was held five times from 17th of June to 5th of August, with 18 participants. Participants learnt how to prepare for obtaining Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, how to formulate a research plan and how to write an application form, through workshops and other methods. In the final session, under the theme 'Brush up your application', participants presented their own research and discussed how to communicate it. Experienced researchers gave correction and advice on how to write and what to revise.


Tokumitsu Matsui, Director of the Research and Development Support Office (School of Food Sciences and Nutrition), congratulated the students, saying: 'It must have been difficult to write a research proposal in such a short period of time, but through the KAKEN Juku, they were able to repeatedly brush up and make improvements."


The students commented that they were able to identify areas for improvement in their own applications, and that there were many points of view that they could not have noticed on their own.


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