Prime Minister Kishida congratulated Mr. Yoshiro Manabe, a senior researcher at Princeton University, who was selected for this year's Nobel Prize in Physics, for saying, "I am very proud of Japan and a great encouragement for young people." ..

Prime Minister Kishida met with Mr. Manabe online at the Prime Minister's Office on the morning of the 8th, saying, "Research to predict global warming will greatly contribute to the sustainable development of humankind. It was a great encouragement for people. "



On top of that, "I'm thinking of creating a university support fund with a scale of 10 trillion yen, but it is important to create an environment where young people can freely conduct a wide range of research with curiosity. Research with a wide range of interests. In response, the award gave me great courage. "



In response, Mr. Manabe said, "Curiosity is the most important driving force for my research. Climate change is really interesting, and the more I do it, the more I am interested in it. I would like you to receive the Nobel Prize in Physics in the future. "

Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Suematsu "Gives great courage"

In addition, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Suematsu met with Mr. Manabe online at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology on the morning of the 8th, saying, "It gave great courage to children interested in environmental issues and students studying climatology." I did.



In response, Mr. Manabe said, "It is a great honor to be awarded the award for weather forecasting for the first time. Drought in Australia can be calculated properly with a climate model, so I hope more students will enter this field." I did.



Minister Suematsu said, "I want the Japan Meteorological Agency to make more successors, and I am often angry when research expenses are low. It is time to think about where to shed light." I showed the idea of ​​putting it in.

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