|Kyoto Imperial University was founded.
|The College of Science and Engineering opened.
|The Departments of Mathematics, Physics, and Pure Chemistry (Chemistry) were established.
|The College of Science and Engineering was divided into the College of Science and the College of Engineering.
|The College of Science was renamed the Faculty of Science.
|The Departments of Astronomy, Geophysics, Zoology, and Botany were established.
|The Department of Geology and Mineralogy and Otsu Hydrobiological Station (the former Hydrobiological Station, Faculty of Medicine) were established.
|Marine Biological Research Station* was established. (*It was renamed Seto Marine Biological Laboratory in 1937.)
|Beppu Geophysical Research Laboratory was established.
|The Astronomical Observatory was established.
|Aso Volcanological Laboratory was established.
|Abuyama Seismological Observatory was established.
|Kyoto Imperial University was renamed Kyoto University.
|The Graduate School of Science, consisting of eight divisions, was established.
|The Plant Ecological Research Station was established.
|The Divisions of Physics I and Physics II were established due to reorganization.
|The Department of Biophysics was established.
|Osakayama Crustal Deformation Observatory was established.
|The Division of Biophysics was established.
|Tokushima Seismological Observatory was established.
|The Regional Center for Earthquake Prediction was established.
|The Division of Mathematical Sciences (independent division) and the Research Center for Instrumental Analysis were established.
|The Institute of Paleolimnology and Paleoenvironment on Lake Biwa (with a ten-year term limit) and the Data Analysis Center for Geomagnetism and Space Magnetism were established.
|The Laboratory for Climatic Change Research was established with a ten-year term limit.
|The Division of Primatology (independent division) was established.
|The Institute of Paleolimnology and Paleoenvironment on Lake Biwa was closed.
|Abuyama Seismological Observatory, Osakayama Crustal Deformation Observatory, Tokushima Seismological Observatory, and the Regional Center for Earthquake Prediction were closed.
|The Laboratory for Climatic Change Research was closed.
|Otsu Hydrobiological Station and the Plant Ecological Research Station were closed.
|The Center for Molecular and Developmental Biology was established with a ten-year term limit.
|The nine departments were closed and reorganized into the Department of Science. Due to reorganization of the Graduate School, the Divisions of Mathematics, Earth and Planetary Sciences, and Chemistry were established.
|Due to reorganization of the Graduate School, the Divisions of Physics and Astronomy, and Biological Sciences were established. The Graduate School of Science became an independent graduate school.
|Beppu Geophysical Research Laboratory and Aso Volcanological Laboratory were closed to be merged as the Institute for Geothermal Sciences.
|The six facilities of the Faculty of Science were changed to be attached to the Graduate School of Science.
|The Research Center for Instrumental Analysis and the Low-Temperature Laboratory were closed to be merged as the Research Center for Low Temperature and Materials Sciences.
|The Center for Molecular and Developmental Biology was closed.
|National University Corporation Kyoto University was established.
|Okayama Observatory was established.
|The Center for Science Adventure and Collaborative Research Advancement was established.