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USJI Universities Research Report Vol.17


Keio University

Seeds of inquiry into nursing chronic diseases
Etsuko Shindo, Associate Professor, Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care
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Every year, four to five fourth-year students participate in Shindo Project I and II to understand the diversity of people who live with diseases and to explore nursing care to suit their needs.

Kyoto University

Kyushu University

A Functional [NiFe] Hydrogenase Mimic That Catalyzes Electron and Hydride Transfer from H2
Seiji Ogo, Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Graduate School of Engineering
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Chemists have long sought to mimic enzymatic hydrogen activation with structurally simpler compounds. Here, we report a functional [NiFe]-based model of [NiFe]hydrogenase enzymes. This complex heterolytically activates hydrogen to form a hydride complex that is capable of reducing substrates by either hydride ion or …

Ritsumeikan University

AI Agents: Systems to Save Human Lives in the Event of a Disaster
Hitoshi Ogawa, Professor, College of Information Science and Engineering, Department of Information and Communication Science
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Following the Great East Japan Earthquake, emergency earthquake reports arrived frequently, invading even cell phones. Even though things have settled down now, the time lapse between that unique warning chime and the subsequent tremor is only a few seconds, or dozens of seconds, at best. How can we see to our …

The University of Tokyo

University of Tsukuba

Waseda University

Is a Two-Party System in Japan Only a Dream? The 2012 General Election and the Political Challenges Facing Japan
Masanobu Ido, Professor, Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences
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Prime Minister Noda from the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) dissolved the House of Representatives and called a general election at the end of 2012, as he had promised in exchange for the enactment of a bill to raise the consumption tax. The election resulted in a landslide victory for the opposition party, the Liberal Democratic …

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