From January 5, 2018 a series of articles entitled “Diary of Exceptional Talents,” contributed by members of the Masason Foundation, began appearing in the Asahi Shogakusei Shinbun. Every Friday from January to March, over 13 weeks, members of the Foundation are each introducing the research in which they are absorbed. The Foundation will introduce these articles on our website with cooperation from the Asahi Shogakusei Shinbun.
■ Articles Contributed To Date (In Japanese)
Each article can be viewed by clicking the image. The copyright of these articles belongs to the Asahi Shogakusei Shinbun. Please do not reproduce.
January 5: Diary of Exceptional Talents 1 “A New Vehicle for Flight Based on Cicadas
Taichi Yaguchi, first year at the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Science, Natural Sciences I
January 12: Diary of Exceptional Talents 2 “An Education Where You Can Experience the World Yourself”
Atoka Jo, third year at New York University Abu Dhabi
January 19: Diary of Exceptional Talents 3 “Valuing Myself When I am Different to Other People”
Kazune Sato, CATS College, Cambridge/NHK Academy of Distance Learning
January 26: Diary of Exceptional Talents 4 “Applying Meteorological Research to Space Development”
Yu Ito, third year at the University of British Columbia
February 2: Diary of Exceptional Talents 5 “Building a World with Minecraft”
Ninth year at Laurel Springs Gifted and Talented Academy
February 9: Diary of Exceptional Talents 6 “Neuroscience, Giving Young People the Chance to Study”
Megumi Sano, first year at Stanford University in the U.S.
February 16: Diary of Exceptional Talents 7 “Solving Real-World Problems with Robots”
Kai Jung, first year at the University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering