Applications are now being accepted for the Cooperative Research Program in 2021.
We have stopped accepting the applications of the A Planned Research Projects and B Individual Research Projects.
Please see the application guidelines and information about the animal collections using the following links.
Application guidelines 2021 (PDF)
Please select a research category and download the designated application form.
Application forms for the Cooperative Research Program in 2020
Please submit your application on the Application Webpage using the link below.
The deadline for applications for Planned Research Projects and Individual Research Projects is January 15th (Fri.), 2021.
We accept applications for Continuously Accepted Research Projects throughout the year. However, if you wish to begin your research project at the beginning of the fiscal year, i.e. from April 2021, please apply before January 15th.
Note that we will not accept applications for Continuously Accepted Research Projects after November for research in the same fiscal year. If the application is submitted after November, your research period can start no earlier than May of the next fiscal year.
Forms for fiscal year 2020
Other forms for fiscal year 2021 (After selection)
If you publish an article supported by the Cooperative Research Program, please clearly state that the research was supported by
"The Cooperative Research Program of the Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University" in your acknowledgements and/or funders.
Your acknowledgement helps our cooperative research program develop.
This work was supported by the Cooperative Research Program of the Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University.
In case of GAIN materials included：
This work was supported by the Cooperative Research Program of Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University. And I received the materials from **** zoo through Great Ape Information Network (GAIN) under the National BioResource (NBR) project of Japan.
In case of NBRP "Japanese Macaques" materials included:
This work was supported by the Cooperative Research Program of Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University. ****(Name of materials) was provided by the National BioResource Project-Nihonzaru (Japanese macaques) at Kyoto University Primate Research Institute with support in part by the National BioResource Project of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).
Cooperative Research Section
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