Research projects and other programs which NIPS researchers contribute to.

Research projects

1. Japan-U.S. Brain Research Cooperative Program

Japan-U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation Program has been implemented since 1979 under the treaty concluded between the governments of two countries, of which "Brain Research" Division was commenced in the year 2000. National Institute for Physiological Sciences from Japanese side and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), a sub-organ of NIH, from the U.S. support the cooperative projects of researchers of both countries as the responsible agency. The expenses necessary for the projects are borne respectively by each country, in principle, and most of the subsidies provided by Japan Society for the Promotion Science are used for travel expenses and living expenses of the researchers dispatched to the United States.
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2. Database for Physiological Experimental Protocols

Database for Physiological Experimental Protocols discloses various information about experimental animal models, microscopic images, tools, softwares and other experimental techniques.
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