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FACES: Tokyo Tech Researchers, Issue 24
Kicking off the World Research Hub Initiative
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Promoting large-scale power electronics research with private sector partners in the next ten years
Chemical synthesis of natural organic compounds
Advancing innovation through closer collaboration
A life dedicated to researching volcanos - Using chemistry to help predict eruptions
A determined quest toward new horizons in cancer treatment
Genso Cube - New focal point for promising young researchers in materials science
A breakthrough in lithium batteries Improved safety and capacity with all-solid-state technology
Seeking photocatalysts to convert solar into chemical energy Photochemistry underpinning humanity's future
Harnessing the potential of unexplored terahertz waves
Innovative Theory for Designing Quantum Computers
A Scientific Approach to Design Creating Harmony between Functionality and Usability
The Joy of Creating Surgical Assist Robots through Medicine-Engineering Collaboration
Solving the Mysteries of Chaperones Proteins that Support Other Proteins throughout Their Life Cycle
Artificial bones that replace and regenerate lost bones
Manipulating Electrons Well to Elicit the Potential of Materials
The Environment, International Activitie...
Dreaming of Wireless Technology Surpassi...
The Earth's Future is anIssue of the Utmost Urgency - Moving the World by Governance
Fractals Will Enrich Our Future
GSIC professors on TSUBAME supercomputer...
The Experiment that Led to the 2013 Nobe...
Frontier Research Center professors Hideo Hosono and Yoshinori Ohsumi were ...
New Possibilities Arise in Chemistry with Preparation of Sell Assembling Molecules
Tokyo Tech Challenge: Toward a Safe and Secure Low-Carbon Society
Infinite Possibilities Originating from the Materials Around Us
With a snake-like robot he launched his career as a scientist
Using diamonds to shed light on earth's history
It All Started with a Microscope
Professor Kei Hirose's Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) in the ...
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