Kuroda worked in Japan and the UK. She has been nominated for awards by the Human Frontier Science Programme (HFSP) and by AcademiaNet. She worked hard to establish the Science Interpreter Training Program at the University of Tokyo. Her field of research is primarily chirality within both inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry.
In 2006, Dr Kuroda was appointed to serve as a governor for the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre.
In 2013, Dr Kuroda was awarded the L'Oréal-UNESCO Awards for Women in Science.
- International Council for Science (ICSU), candidate presentations, p. 22
- Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences: Two prominent researchers elected to the Academy's class for chemistry, press announcement, June 30, 2009
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