The place for visitors worldwide to stay updated about what happens in the lab at HU.
On February 1, 2013, Hiroshima University established two new programs: the "Distinguished Professors" (DP) program and the "Distinguished Researchers" (DR) program. Individuals who are part of these programs are recognized as senior and junior faculty members respectively, who are engaged in extraordinarily distinguished research activities.
This webpage showcases a wide range of remarkable research outcomes by researchers in the Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences fields at Hiroshima University. We hope the summaries of our faculty members’ results will trigger an interest in their academic accomplishments.
This page introduces the cutting-edge research at HU in simple terms. (2008-2016)
Open access repository of research and scholarly outputs of Hiroshima University staff and students.
Hiroshima University held lecture meetings titled “From Hiroshima University to the World: Wisdom from world-renowned researchers” inviting Nobel Laureates.
For Hiroshima University to truly transform itself into a research university that is considered among the world's best, it is essential that the university's research activities be developed, and that its research achievements are disseminated on a global scale. Hiroshima University's research centers have been newly selected from various domains to be main players in HU's transformation.
Hiroshima University has been selected as one of the institutions designated under MEXT's "The Program for Promoting the Enhancement of Research Universities."
URA stands for University Research Administrator. URAs are human resource personnel responsible for promoting research activities conducted by researchers and enhancing research development management.
The Organization for Research Promotion comprehensively manages Hiroshima University's research activities in order to ensure its further development as a research university.
On this page you can find information on support and resources for research activities at Hiroshima University.
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