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The Third “Collaboration of Culture and Languagve” Event Featuring Rakugo

2016/01/19

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We are pleased to announce that the 3rd annual “Collaboration of Language and Culture” was held on the 19th of […]

Malaysian Minister of Higher Education Visits University of Tsukuba

2015/12/15 (Kuala Lumpur Office)

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The following dignitaries from Malaysia visited the University of Tsukuba on December 15: Y.B. Dato’ Ser […]

Christmas Concert for Hospital Patients

2015/12/14 (University Hospital)

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A Christmas concert for hospital patients was held at Keyaki Plaza, the University of Tsukuba Hospital, on Dec […]

Basketball Teams Claim Victory at All Japan Intercollegiate Basketball Championship

2015/12/14

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The 67th All Japan Intercollegiate Basketball Championship was held at the Second Gymnasium of Yoyogi National […]

Judo Athlete Nouchi Claims Victory at 2015 Kodokan Cup All Japan Judo Championships

2015/12/14

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The 2015 Kodokan Cup All Japan Judo Championships by Weight Category was held at Chiba Port Arena on November […]

University of Tsukuba announced the APEC-Tsukuba International Conference at the higher official (permanent secretary) meeting of Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)

2015/11/30

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University of Tsukuba is the only Japanese university affiliated with SEAMEO, and engaged the project under th […]

Graduation Ceremony and Conferring Ceremony for 2015 (November)

2015/11/30

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The graduation ceremony and degree conferring ceremony for 2015 (November) were held in the Auditorium at the […]

University of Tsukuba supported the International Conference on Lesson Study for Improvement of Classroom Quality under APEC and WALS in Khon Kaen, Thailand

2015/11/27

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International Conference of Lesson Study for Improvement of Classroom Quality supported by the University of T […]

Tsukuba Alumni Network (T-Net) App is now launched

2015/11/25

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University of Tsukuba launched the Tsukuba Alumni Network (T-Net) web site on October 1, 2015, and the number […]

The 35th Tsukuba Marathon

2015/11/22

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The 35th Tsukuba Marathon was held on November 22 under the auspices of the city of Tsukuba, the University of […]

“University of Tsukuba Open Access Policy” has been adopted

2015/11/20

These days quick transmission of scholarly information and wide dissemination of it are required for universit […]

Malaysia Secretary General for Education Makes Courtesy Visit to President Nagata

2015/11/16 (Kuala Lumpur Office)

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Secretary General Zaini Ujang of the Ministry of Education in Malaysia made a courtesy visit to President Kyos […]

University of Tsukuba Rowing Team Wins Prize

2015/11/16

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Three members of the University of Tsukuba Rowing Team made a courtesy visit to university board members on No […]

SD Seminar by Secretary General of Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education

2015/11/16

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Dr. ZAINI Ujang, Secretary General of the Malaysian Ministry of Education, delivered a lecture for the Univers […]

Japanese Women’s National Goalball Team Grabs Ticket to Rio 2016 Paralympics

2015/11/15 (University of Tsukuba Special Needs Education School for the Visually Impaired)

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The 2015 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball Asia/Pacific Championships were held in Hangzho […]

TAG-AIMS Students and Staff Join Volunteer Activity in Flood-Affected Joso City

2015/11/14

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A group of 14 students accompanied by 4 members of the TAG-AIMS team at the University of Tsukuba participated […]

Empowerment Studio Opening Symposium

2015/11/13

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An Empowerment Studio Opening Symposium was held on November 13. The symposium was organized by the University […]

The Second Japan-Uzbekistan University Presidents Meeting

2015/11/13 (Tashkent Office)

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The Second Japan-Uzbekistan University Presidents Meeting was held at the Management Development Institute of […]

University of Tsukuba Alumni Association for International Students in Kazakhstan

2015/11/11 (Almaty Office)

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The University of Tsukuba Alumni Association for International Students in Kazakhstan was established on Novem […]

Vice-Chancellor of University of East Anglia Visits President Nagata

2015/11/11

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Vice-Chancellor David Richardson of the University of East Anglia (UEA) made a courtesy visit to President Kyo […]

Commemorative Symposium for 20th Anniversary of Neutrality of Turkmenistan

2015/11/11 (Tashkent Office, Almaty Office)

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December 2015 marks the 20th year since Turkmenistan became a permanent neutral country. To commemorate the 20 […]

Inauguration Ceremony for University of Tsukuba Almaty Office

2015/11/11 (Almaty Office)

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An inauguration ceremony for the University of Tsukuba Almaty Office, which was established at the Al-Farabi K […]

Turkmen Ambassador to Japan Visits President Nagata

2015/11/10 (Central Asia Office)

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His Excellency Mr. Gurbanmammet Elyasov, the Ambassador of Turkmenistan to Japan, met with President Kyosuke N […]

Turkmenistan-Japan Student Forum 2015

2015/11/10 (Tashkent Office, Almaty Office)

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The Turkmenistan-Japan Student Forum 2015 was held at University of Tsukuba Hall on November 10 under the ausp […]

Vice President of Sociedade Brasileira de Cultura Japonesa e de Assistência Social Visits President Nagata

2015/11/09 (Brazil Office)

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Vice President Osamu Matsuo of the Sociedade Brasileira de Cultura Japonesa e de Assistência Social (Brazilian […]

ICR Director Tsujinaka Gives Keynote Lecture at Beijing Forum 2015

2015/11/06

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The Beijing Forum 2015 was held at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse and Peking University in Beijing, China, fro […]

Special Exhibition of Restored Statue of Confucius from Yushima Seido Temple

2015/11/03

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A special exhibition of a restored statue of Confucius from Yushima Seido Temple was held at the University of […]

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Business Leader’s seminar “Innovation management for drug discovery and research” (Human Biology Program)

2016/02/15

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The Business Leaders’ Seminar will be held on Thursday, February 15th by Human Biology Program. Date / Time Th […]

Business Leader’s seminar “Eat well, Live well. ~To Greet the Next 100 Years~” (Ph.D. Program in Human Biology Program)

2016/02/16

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The Business Leaders’ Seminar will be held on February 16th by Ph.D. Program in Human Biology. Date / Time Tue […]

The 74th WPI-IIIS Seminar

2016/02/25

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Date / Time Thursday, February 25, 11:00-12:00 Break time 12:00-12:30 Place Auditorium, 1F, IIIS Building, Med […]

The 75th WPI-IIIS Seminar

2016/02/25

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Date / Time Thursday, February 25, 12:30-13:30 Place Auditorium, 1F, IIIS Building, Medical Area, University o […]

City Chat Café

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City Chat Café is a free international exchange event where people can easily congregate and have a chat over […]

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Dying Epithelial Cells Regulate the Immune System: Finding Could Aid Treatment of Inflammatory and Allergic Diseases

2016/02/09

Gut bacteria interact with dendritic cells to increase production of interferon-β, which in turn stimulates regulatory T cell production. Apoptotic epithelial cells can also interact with dendritic cells, reducing the amount of interferon-β produced, controlling regulatory T cell production.

University of Tsukuba-based scientists show the importance of dying epithelial cells for controlling the size […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #052

2016/02/03

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Associate Professor Nobuyuki Inamizu, Faculty of Business Sciences #052 The Workplace Communication Environmen […]

Mystery surrounding non-platinum catalysts for fuel cell technologies solved

2016/01/22

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Researchers at the University of Tsukuba unpick catalyst structure and identify the catalytic component, openi […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #051

2016/01/21

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Associate Professor Timur Dadabaev, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences #051 Central Asia – a land with […]

The S-stroke or I-stroke? Elucidating the Mechanisms of the Ideal Crawl Stroke

2016/01/12

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The year 2016 is an Olympic year. Developments in high-performance swimwear for swimming continue to advance, […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #50

2016/01/06

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Associate Professor Ikuyo Saeki, Faculty of Art and Design #050 A Forest Girl Raised in the City We often hear […]

World University Comparisons in Sport Sciences Physical Education and Kinesiology 2015

2015/10/30

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The University of Tsukuba is launching a new initiative, the “World University Comparisons in Sport Sciences, […]

Expression of a “Ouija Board” protein that can summon “monster” genes—New information about steroid hormone biosynthesis in insects—

2015/12/11

“Ouija Board” plays an important role in the biosynthesis of the steroid hormones necessary for insect development.

Steroid hormones are biologically active substances that play important roles in the development and sexual ma […]

Imagine the gymnasium of the future, FUTUREGYM™—the world’s first gymnasium with large-floor projection mapping system—

2015/12/08

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The gymnasium at the Special Needs Education School for the Mentally Challenged at Otsuka, University of Tsuku […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #49

2015/12/18

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Akira Terui, Associate Professor, Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences #049 Can a Robot Get Into university? T […]

The significance of non-motor microtubule-associated protein in maintaining synaptic plasticity thorough a novel mechanism

2015/11/25

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NMDA glutamate receptors, which function as receptors that bond with glutamates, are known to be deeply involv […]

2.4% Faster Swimming with the Dolphin Kick—High-Performance Swimsuit Developed through Cutting-Edge Motion Analysis and Myoelectric Analysis Techniques

2015/11/17

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Professor Hideki Takagi, at the Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences at the University of Tsukuba and his coll […]

The silence of the genes – new insights into genomic imprinting

2015/11/16

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Research led by Dr. Keiji Tanimoto from the University of Tsukuba, Japan, has brought us closer to understandi […]

Super-resolution microscope allows visualization of the mechanism that maintains cell polarity—The key is to repeatedly establish temporary polarity—

2015/11/14

Transient polarity model

Cells are not uniform spheres; they generally come in a variety of disparate shapes. In the broadest sense, th […]

The seawater temperature distribution in tropics causes the low amount of rainfall in East Asia

2015/11/13

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A wide swatch of Asia, from the tropics to the mid-latitudes, which has wet and dry seasons, is significantly […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #48

2015/11/11

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Yuichiro Tsuji, Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences #048 Law Studies Can Be Cool? U […]

Discovery of the specific properties of graphite-based carbon materials

2015/11/09

Prof. Junji Nakamura (front), Dr. Donghui Guo (left), Assoc. Prof. Takehiro Kondo (right)

University of Tsukuba Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences Associate Professor Takahiro Kondo and Professor Ju […]

Improve individual skills supported by BigData

2015/11/06

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Running is one of the most popular sports. However, not many runners have received formal training on running. […]

Combating sleep disorders─Scientists developed a novel compound that regulates wakefulness

2015/11/05

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Hiroshi Nagase, a Professor at the International Institute for Integrative Sleep Medicine (WPI-IIIS), Universi […]

Study results leading to the development of a new type of anticancer agent—Success in the development of a γ-tubulin specific inhibitor—

2015/10/30

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Microtubules, one component of a cell’s skeleton, are hollow tubes formed from the polymerization of α- a […]

Clarifying the mechanism for making blood cells

2015/10/29

The proposed model for the mechanism of making blood cells from hemangioblasts

In 1917, Florence Sabin, the first female member of the US National Academy of Sciences, discovered hemangiobl […]

Active body, active mind: the secret to a younger brain may lie in exercising your body

2015/10/28

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It is widely recognised that our physical fitness is reflected in our mental fitness, especially as we get old […]

New insights into REM sleep crack an enduring mystery

2015/10/26

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REM sleep—the phase of night-time mammalian sleep physiology where dreams occur—has long fascinated scientists […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #47

2015/10/09

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Yohei Kawamura, Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems #047 Dig! Measure! Connec […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #46

2015/08/28

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Rie Wakimizu, Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine #046 Supporting the families of pediatric patients An i […]

Major Advance Made in Imaging of a Single-molecule Switch

2015/10/06

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University of Tsukuba group achieves research breakthrough for development of molecular-scale devices, leading […]

Major Advance Reveals How Charge Forms in Key Radiation-absorbing Layer within Solar Cells

2015/10/06

Laser pulses excite a blend of acceptor and donor materials. Changes in the infrared absorbance of the layer are measured to give insight into the behavior of excited donor (D*) and acceptor (A*) states at different temperatures.

Researchers at University of Tsukuba demonstrate precise mechanism by which sunlight generates electrical char […]

Proof that a person’s emotions are recognizable from the way they walk ~The promise of rapid functional evolution for robots that can recognize emotions

2014/07/14

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A research group made of Assistant Professor Hideki Kadone of the University of Tsukuba Center for Cybernetics […]

Low Cost 3D Printer Based Organ Model Production Technique Reveals complicated interior organ structure

2015/07/09

The University of Tsukuba in conjunction with Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP) have successfully developed […]

Discovery of an effective chemical conversion method for CFC destruction and recycling ~Success in using nickel under benign conditions to consecutively cleave carbon–fluorine bonds

2014/05/22

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A research group led by Professor Junji Ichikawa from Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, the University of […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #45

2015/08/03

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Tohru Ariizumi, Associate Professor, Faculty of Life and Environmental Science #045 In Search of a Gene for Ea […]

Molecular mixing—the key to efficient solar cell energy conversion Shedding light on the nanostructures of organic solar cell materials

2014/04/17

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Using soft X-ray microscopy to investigate the nanostructures of organic solar cells, a research group led by […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #44

2015/07/01

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Masafumi Muratani, Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine #044 A “Rescue Team” for Epigenomic An […]

Cell that replenishes heart muscle found by researchers from Tsukuba and Texas

2015/06/23

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Using a new cell-lineage tracing technique they devised, regenerative medicine researchers at the University o […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #43

2015/06/15

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Associate Professor Naomi Omi, Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences #043 Sports is More Than Just Practice—It& […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #42

2015/05/22

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Associate Professor Itaru Kitahara Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems #042 Customizing Sports Eve […]

Tsukuba scientists reverse aging in human cell lines and give theory of aging a new lease of life

2015/05/22

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Can the process of aging be delayed or even reversed? Research led by specially appointed Professor Jun-Ichi H […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #41

2015/05/01

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Faculty of Human Sciences Associate Professor Tomochika Okamoto #041 Pursuing Historical Awareness from the Pe […]

Data recommends improving the situation of women with hearing disability

2015/02/05

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Tsukuba—Regarding better social welfare, people should be more informed about the gap in living standard […]

Good soccer players have good attention during the game

2015/01/21

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Brilliant soccer players differ from others in where they focus during the game, according to research by the […]

Mechanism of early developmental stage of sea urchin’s brain

2014/12/02

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Tsukuba—An embryo after fertilization develops to be a body with thousands of cells. During the early st […]

Genome information ascertains the evolutional details of insects

2014/11/07

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An international collaboration of insect researchers, 1K Insect Transcriptome Evolution (1KITE Consortium), ha […]

New kind of Halloween genes “Nopperabo” discovered in fruit fly ~Gene to regulate steroid hormone synthesis and cholesterol reaction

2014/10/10

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Tsukuba—Drosophila is regarded as a standard insect to use in genetic experiments. A set of genes that r […]

A new class of microbes discovered in the Sahara desert

2014/10/12

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Tsukuba—Ninety-nine percent of microbes in nature are as yet undiscovered. They reside in the air and in […]

Algae efficiently adsorb rare earth metals under strong acidic conditions

2014/10/01

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Tsukuba— Rare earth elements are valuable metals, used in hybrid motorcycles motors, strong magnets, and […]

Differences and similarities in regeneration of adult newt cells and human cells

2014/08/21

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Tsukuba—Basic research of the retina in eyes is a hot topic to advance regenerative medicine of ophthalm […]

How the immune system of the human body senses bacterial infection

2014/08/19

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Tsukuba—As our immune system swings into action to defend us from infection, inflammatory monocytes play […]

Organelle formation by recent evolution of symbiosis ~Genome analysis of non-photosynthetic cyanobacteria

2014/07/22

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Tsukuba—We can understand the origin of plants and animals, including human beings, by looking into the […]

“Paused iPS cells” produced as an intermediate cell of reprogramming

2014/10/03

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Tsukuba—iPS cells, induced pluripotent stem cells, are expected to have a central role in future regener […]

Treatment of atrial fibrillation with new catheter ablation for the first time in Japan

2014/07/11

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Tsukuba—A clinical team at the University of Tsukuba Hospital for cardiovascular surgeons, led by Kazuta […]

Genomics analysis uncovers a change in genetic regulation in stomach cancer ~Combination of genome and epigenome analysis for cancer research

2014/07/10

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Tsukuba—Research on cancer diseases have advanced with the discovery of genes which cause pathological c […]

Placozoa found along the Japanese coast ~ Animals without neurons or muscle cells live in a wider range than expected

2014/06/19

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Tsukuba—Placozoa is a mysterious sea animal with a quite simple form. Surprisingly, it has only three la […]

New gene reveals why tomato flowers are yellow ~Path to develop petals with new color

2014/06/03

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Tsukuba—Why do flowers have their colors? There are plenty of colorful flowers in a garden: red, pink, b […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #40

2015/04/01

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International Institute for Integrative Sleep Medicine Assistant Professor Yu Hayashi #040 Chasing Dreams Why […]

Masking eggs’ mRNA to learn the early stage of development ~Research tool to control a targeted mRNA in the eggs of ascidians

2014/05/23

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Tsukuba—Ascidians are invertebrate animals which have revealed important findings in evolutionary develo […]

Even light exercise for ten minutes makes a difference to the brain ~Initial scientific proof for the short term effectiveness of yoga and t’ai chi

2014/05/27

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Tsukuba—Exercise is good for your health. Yoga and t’ai chi do not require a lot of time despite being r […]

New understanding of how neurons control the sense of itching ~Spinal interneuron “B5-I neurons” release “dynorphin” to relieve the itch

2014/05/13

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Tsukuba—When somewhere on our body itches, we just scratch it or apply medication to relieve the itching […]

Artificial memory of smell created in a living insect’s brain ~Proving a theory of neural pathways for associative memory by combined techniques of opto-genetics and thermo-genetics

2014/04/25

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Tsukuba—Learning and remembering are crucial functions in brains. An example of something called “associ […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #039

2015/04/01

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #038

2015/03/17

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #037

2015/03/03

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #036

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

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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 […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #035

2015/01/20

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #034

2014/12/24

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #033

2014/11/25

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #032

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 […]

TSUKUBA FUTURE #031

2014/10/17

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #030

2014/09/29

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #029

2014/09/09

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #028

2014/08/21

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #027

2014/07/29

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #026

2014/07/11

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #025

2014/06/27

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #024

2014/06/17

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #023

2014/05/30

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #022

2014/04/30

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

TSUKUBA FUTURE #021

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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