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State-of-the-art Research [from HU Prospectus]

2020

Developing and implementing GENKI Exercise through industry-government-academia collaboration, aiming to realize a healthy society
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Associate Professor KUROSAKA Shiho

Unveiling the chemical evolution of life's building blocks in space
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Professor YABUTA Hikaru

Contributing to he world's food problems by elucidating the mechanisms of genes that determine sex
Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Professor SHIMADA Masayuki

Diagnosis of psychiatric disorders using brain functional images and AI
Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Professor OKAMOTO Yasumasa

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Prospectus 2020-2021: State-of-the-art research

2019

Developing a minimally invasive surgery for lung cancer mentioned in an internationally acclaimed textbook
Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Professor OKADA Morihito

Exploring factors for language acquisition through lessons
Institute for Foreign Language Research and Education, Associate Professor YOSHIMITSU Takako

Developing advanced human resources for genome editing to find solutions to humanity's problems
Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Professor YAMAMOTO Takashi

Learning engineering: Designing new modes of learning for the AI era
Graduate School of Engineering, Professor HIRASHIMA Tsukasa

2018

I want to engage in studies that contribute to the formation of a recycling-based society by improving mountains, rivers, and the marine environment.
Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Professor YAMAMOTO Tamiji

I would like my studies on comparative literature, which started with an admiration for overseas countries, to serve as a trigger to create e world history of literature.
Graduate School of Letters, Professor MIZOBUCHI Sonoko

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