Nobel Prize in Chemistry Akira Yoshino First Lecture after Deciding to Be Received at University 12:02 on October 14
Mr. Akira Yoshino, who was selected for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, looked back to his first lecture after receiving the award at Meijo University in Nagoya, where he was a professor.
Akira Yoshino, an honorary fellow of a major chemical manufacturer, Asahi Kasei, was in charge of a one-week lecture at Meijo University in Tenpaku-ku, Nagoya, where he was a professor.
The theme of the lecture was “History of Lithium Ion Battery Development” with 21 graduate students participating.
At the beginning, Mr. Yoshino received a festive bouquet and smiled together to take a commemorative photo.
After that, Mr. Yoshino recalled when he received the news of the award. “I received a call 30 minutes before the announcement and was said to be“ Congratulation ”. But I took a little rest on the weekend, and from that time my shoulders became heavier and I felt a sense of pressure. "
In addition, as an example of Japan ’s first eight in the Nobel Prize award and the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament on the night of 13th, “I will not say it once a month, I hope that it will become Japan where the great news that makes a big headline fly. "