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Homepage on the Great East Japan Earthquake Launched to Share Memory of Disasters

2015/04/16

Professor Tetsuya Shirai of the Faculty of Library, Information and Media Science conducted research and surve [...]

Opening Ceremony of Japanese Language Preliminary Course for Japanese Government Scholarship Students 2015

2015/04/13

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The opening ceremony for the Japanese Language Preliminary Course for the Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho) [...]

President Nagata and VP Benton at the 36th AEARU Board of Directors Meeting, Alumni Reunions in Peking and Shanghai, East China Normal University

2015/04/13

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The Association of East Asian Research Universities (AEARU) held its 36th Board of Directors Meeting at Peking [...]

Award Ceremony for 2015 International Certificates of German and French Proficiency

2015/04/08

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An award ceremony for the 2015 International Certificates of German and French Proficiency was held at the Cen [...]

Special Exhibition of the Reproduced and Colored Statue of Confucius

2015/04/03

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The press preview of the reproduced and colored statue of Confucius—the main image of Yushima Temple—and Kano [...]

2015 Orientation for New Students with Disabilities

2015/04/02

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An orientation session for newly enrolled students with disabilities for the academic year 2015 was held in th [...]

Graduation Ceremony / Degree Conferring Ceremony for Academic Year 2014

2015/03/25

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The graduation ceremony and degree conferring ceremony for the undergraduate school‚ graduate school‚ and the [...]

Delegation from Republic of Ecuador Visits President Nagata

2015/02/19

  On February 19, 2015, a delegation from the Republic of Ecuador, including Ambassador Leonardo Carrion Eguig [...]

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“Special Exhibition of the Reproduced and Colored Statue of Confucius—the Main Image of Yushima Temple—and Kano School Paintings related to the Temple”

2015/04/03-29

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* The Statue of Confucius will be exhibited in the Art Space at the University Hall on or after April 13. [Exh [...]

Cosmos Café and Chat

2015/04/21

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Cosmos Café aims to provide an opportunity for interaction between Japanese and international students. All la [...]

Tsukuba Global Science Week 2015

2015/09/28-30

Date: September 28-30, 2015 Venue: Epochal Tsukuba/International Congress Center

World Science Leader’s Seminar (WSLS)

2015/05/13

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The seminar will be held in collaboration with the Ph. D. Program in Human Biology (HBP) and the medical progr [...]

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Faculty of Art and Design Associate Professor Toshiaki Hodozuka #039 From Classical to Avant-garde—Pursuing Fr [...]

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Faculty of Medicine Associate Professor Mamiko Sakata Prof. Sakata’s research is focused on malignant lymphoma [...]

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2015/03/03

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The Philosophy Behind Universities as “Communities of Inquiry” Assistant Professor Yoshinori Tsuzaki Faculty o [...]

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2015/02/12

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Interdisciplinary Collaboration on Molecular Fingerprints Associate Professor Hideaki Kano Faculty of Pure and [...]

Food for thought

2015/02/03

Figure 2. A subset of serotonergic neurons directly innervating the prothoracic gland.
 
 
In the 3rd instar larva of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, the prothoracic gland (PG, ecdysteroid-producing organ, magenta) and serotonergic neurons (green) were visualized by immunohistochemistry. The PG is a ball-shaped endocrine organ, consisting of about 50 cells. Serotonergic neurons extend from the brain to the PG, secreting serotonin for ecdysteroid biosynthesis.

Tsukuba researchers discover an exciting new link between nutrition and development in fruit flies that involv [...]

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2015/01/20

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  “Anti-Doping for Real Champions to Be Proud Of” Associate Professor Koichi Watanabe Faculty of H [...]

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2014/12/24

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#034 Building Supportive Communities of Mutual Respect and Consideration Associate Professor Hirosato Shiokawa [...]

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2014/11/25

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#033 Reading the Map – the Challenge of Understanding the Mechanics of Slope Failures and Landslides  Lecturer [...]

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2014/11/07

Using vibration gauges at the ruins of Angkor Wat, Prof. Matsui studied the effects of tourists on the structure. The document on his desk is a graph showing the detected vibrations plotted against the layout of the ruins.

“Cultural Properties, to the Rescue! Protecting Objects of Universal Value through Science” Associ [...]

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2014/10/17

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“Scientific Study of Successful Corporate Management” Associate Professor Hirofumi Tatsumoto Facul [...]

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2014/09/29

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“Aiming to Protect Health-care Staff from Aggression and Violence” Associate Professor Akiko Miki [...]

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2014/09/09

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“How Much (and How) Can We Protect Our Privacy?” Associate Professor Kaori Ishii Faculty of Librar [...]

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2014/08/21

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“From Sport to the Energy Industry – The Power of a Materials which Support Manufacturing” Associa [...]

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2014/07/29

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“Understanding How the Brainworks by Creating Robot Hands” Professor Kiyoshi Hoshino Faculty of En [...]

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2014/07/11

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“Using Classical Literature to Shed Light on Japanese Food Culture” Professor Osamu Ishizuka Facul [...]

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2014/06/27

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“The Younger Generation Today from the Perspective of Sociological Criminology” Professor Takayosh [...]

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2014/06/17

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“Research with Accelerators to Benefit Society” Associate Professor Kimikazu Sasa Faculty of Pure [...]

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2014/05/30

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“Delicious, No Waste, Healthy! Ingenious Food Processing Scheme” Professor Yutaka Kitamura Faculty [...]

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2014/04/30

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“Frozen Liquid Crystals and the Secret of the Koganemushi Beetle” Associate Professor Hiromasa Got [...]

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2014/04/10

A hammer is an essential tool for a geologist. She wears one of these out in a few years.

“Detective of Paleontology : Enchanted with the History of Life” Associate Professor Sachiko Agema [...]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #020

2014/03/25

The grammar (regularity) of language is present not only in syntax, but also in sounds. A good ear is needed to hear the subtle differences between sounds.

“My Fair Language” Associate Professor Akio Nasu, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

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