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USJI Universities Research Report Vol.21

2013.06.26

Ritsumeikan University

Topic:
Recreating the Reconstruction Process from Past Natural Disasters:“GIS Disaster Archeology”
Researcher:
Tatsunori Kawasumi, Associate Professor, College of Letters Area Studies Program
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Thanks to monuments engraved with the words “Don’t build homes below this point!” some areas of eastern Japan were spared from the effects of the massive tsunami on March 11th, 2011. Like …

The University of Tokyo

Topic:
Powering the intracellular railway: The cell's transport system and the motor proteins that drive it
Researcher:
Nobutaka Hirokawa, Project Professor, Graduate School of Medicine
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Motor proteins power the internal logistics of all cells, and affect all aspects of the organism from the cellular right up to the whole body level. It takes a variety of techniques to understand the …

University of Tsukuba

Topic:
Study of Post-Socialist Central Asia States and their relations with Japan
Researcher:
Timur Dadabaev, Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Relations between the Central Asian (CA) states and Japan have always had very promising potential. Even when the CA states were part of the Soviet Union, the majority of the populations in the …

Waseda University

Topic:
Going through the Atopy Business -Time to think about how to deal with atopic dermatitis-
Researcher:
Miho Ushiyama, Assistant Professor, Waseda Institute for Advanced Study
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This is what Asami (fictitious name) told me, recalling the time when her symptoms of atopic dermatitis were the most severe. Many people have an image of atopic dermatitis as an itchy skin …

Keio University

Topic:
Thinking about urban problems and implementing regional development through research and education
Researcher:
Susumu Osada, Professor, Faculty of Economics
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Professor Osada performs analysis concerning the shift of urban population in Japan from the perspectives of urban geography and economic geography while conducting fieldwork with his ..

Kyoto University

Topic:
Basophils are required for the induction of Th2 immunity to haptens and peptide antigens.
Researcher:
Kenji Kabashima & Yoshiki Miyachi, Graduate School of Medicine
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The relative contributions of basophils and dendritic cells in Th2 skewing to foreign antigen exposure remains unclear. Here we report the ability of basophils to induce Th2 polarization upon …

Kyushu University

Topic:
Cobalt porphyrins as homogeneous catalysts for water oxidation
Researcher:
Ken Sakai, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences
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Three water-soluble cobalt porphyrins have been investigated as water oxidation catalysts via photo-initiation using RuII(bpy)32+/Na2S2O8. The pH dependence of the turnover frequency …

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