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USJI Universities Research Report Vol.34


The University of Tokyo

A window into the Earth’s interior: Elementary particles open up new earth sciences
Hiroyuki Tanaka, Professor, Earthquake Research Institute
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What is really happening inside the Earth? Whereas before they had to rely on hypotheses based on indirect observations, for the first time researchers are now using elementary particles to visualize the interiors of volcanoes and the Earth. And what is…

University of Tsukuba

Waseda University

Cabinet Decision Fails as an Interpretation, Gets a Score of 0:The Right to Collective Self-Defense and the Current State of Article 9
Hiroshi Nishihara, Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences
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The Constitution is as essential to our individual freedom as air is to our existence. The reason we aren’t punished when we raise issues or make remarks is that the Constitution of Japan guarantees freedom of expression. If we change the Constitution …

Keio University

A new world opened up by advanced image recognition technology
Yoshimitsu Aoki, Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering
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I’d like to obtain useful information from visual images and use it to benefit society. Understanding contexts from human, object and spatial information. Our modern daily lives are brimming with all kinds of visual images and image information …

Kyoto University

Transplantation of human iPS cell-derived glial-rich neural progenitor cells into ALS model mice extends their lifespans
Haruhisa Inoue, Professor, Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA)
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A research group led by Dr Haruhisa Inoue, Professor of the Center for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA), Kyoto University, and researcher Dr Takayuki Kondo of CiRA discovered that the transplantation of human iPS cell-derived…

Kyushu University

Ritsumeikan University

Development of High Efficiency Multijunction Thin Film Solar Cells for Energy Security
Hideyuki Takakura, Professor, College of Science & Engineering
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Our project focuses on chalcopyrite compound thin-films for the development of solar cells which are both cheap and highly efficient. The advantages of using chalcopyrite are that it has superb photoelectric properties, and that it requires a thinner power…


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