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USJI Universities Research Report Vol.44

2015.10.30

The University of Tokyo

Topic:
Hierarchies in matter: Emergent matter science shapes a new future
Researcher:
Yoshinori Tokura, Professor ,Graduate School of Engineering, / Director, RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science
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A single neuron in isolation cannot be said to possess memory, feelings, or consciousness. However, group many neurons together and the type of advanced information processing that takes place in the human brain suddenly appears. This suggests …

University of Tsukuba

Waseda University

Topic:
Seventy years of the United Nations: Accomplishments and challenges
Researcher:
Hatsue Shinohara Professor, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies
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The year 2015, which marks the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Japan, also means that the postwar era in world history is now 70 years old. The United Nations (UN) was established in 1945 after humanity experienced a second world war, so…

Keio University

Topic:
Anti-inflammatory interactions in the intestines--The influence of intestinal bacteria on gene expression in immune cells could be the key to treating inflammatory bowel disease
Researcher:
Koji Hase, Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy
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The past 100 million years of evolution have developed a complex relationship between bacteria and the human gut. These bacteria are essential because they break down nutrients that we cannot process, but, conversely, our immune systems must be …

Kyoto University

Topic:
Seen Once, Never Forgotten --You don't have to be human to like a good horror flick, Kyoto scientists show--
Researcher:
Fumihiro Kano, Program-Specific Assistant Professor, Primate Research Institute   Satoshi Hirata, Professor, Wildlife Research Center
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Kyoto, Japan — Having once seen the shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 thriller Psycho, who can forget what happens next? And it turns out that aside from humans, great apes (in this …

Kyushu University

Topic:
World first optical mode switch
Researcher:
Kiichi Hamamoto, Professor, Dr. Sc. Techn., I-EggS (Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences)
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We have invented the world first “optical mode switch” that switches mode(*) , which is the last photonic signal resource of optical communication on fiber, as a result of “research on fundamental technology of highly functional opto-electronic packet rout…

Ritsumeikan University

Topic:
IRT-Based Haptic Collaborative Virtual Environment for Tele Surgery Training through Ultra-realistic Communication
Researcher:
Hiromi Tanaka, Professor, College of Information Science and Engineering /Department of Human and Computer Intelligence
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Surgeons have conventionally relied on clinical experience and animal experimentation to improve their technique and knowledge. In recent years, increasing concerns about these conventional methods in terms of patient and animal welfare have been accompani…

Sophia University

Topic:
High-resolution crystal structure of Silver(I)-RNA hybrid duplex containing Watson-Crick-like C-Silver(I)-C metallo-base pairs
Researcher:
Jiro Kondo, Associate Professor, Department of Materials and Life Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology
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Dr. Jiro Kondo, an Associate Professor at Department of Materials and Life Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, Sophia University, and his collaborators including Professor Akira Ono (Kanagawa University) and Professor Yoshiyuki Tanaka …

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