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USJI Universities Research Report Vol.22

2013.07.30

The University of Tokyo

Topic:
In the shadow of the Sun: Using the Sun’s cosmic ray shadow to probe solar magnetic structure
Researcher:
Masato Takita, Associate Professor, Institute for Cosmic Ray Research
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An international group of scientists participating in the Tibet ASγ experiment, which is led by Institute for Cosmic Ray Research (ICRR) at the University of Tokyo in cooperation with Chinese …

University of Tsukuba

Topic:
Research Project on Wind Derivatives and Prediction Error Risk Management for Wind Power Businesses
Researcher:
Yuji Yamada, Faculty of Business Sciences
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One of the most difficult issues for using wind power in practice is that the power output largely depends on the wind condition, and as a result, the future output may be volatile or …

Waseda University

Topic:
Is this indeed “restoring the Constitution to the people”? — LDP’s draft constitution to limit human rights and expand powers
Researcher:
Toru Nakajima, Professor, Faculty of Law
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I have been living in New York since September last year, so I do not have a feel for what has been happening in Japan regarding the Constitution following the lower-house general election. While I …

Keio University

Topic:
Connecting with the brain, connecting with people
Researcher:
Junichi Ushiba, Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Biosciences and Informatics
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Brain and machine directly linked, a robotic hand moves just how you imagined it would in your brain. Camera images are transmitted directly to the brain to be perceived as vision – Many …

Kyoto University

Topic:
Expression of taste signal transduction molecules in the cecum of common marmosets
Researcher:
Hiroo Imai, Associate Professor, The Primate Research Institute (PRI)
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Expression of taste signal transduction molecules were revealed not only in the tongue, but also in the cecum of common marmosets, by a research group organized with Associate Professor

Kyushu University

Topic:
Grain boundary tracking: A four-dimensional visualization technique for determining grain boundary geometry via local strain mapping
Researcher:
Hiroyuki Toda, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University
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A procedure for determining three-dimensional grain boundary geometry and its change under external loading is proposed for evaluating crystallographic deformation behaviours in …

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