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All the cells in our body are derived from a single genome. But their functions are differentiated as a result of genetic instructions. Professor Hiroshi Kimura works to understand the mechanisms of this differentiation.
Dragon!? Ninja!? New creatures!? Seamstress!? Swimmer!? Barista!? Live Skeleton!? Surgery, surveillance, and synthetic muscles - the future-changing Tokyo Tech robotics
ELSI will formally rename its main meeting hall to honor the former Tokyo Tech president. From now on, "ELSI Hall" will be known as "Mishima Hall."
Tokyo Tech Fund contributes to science education support, which aims to develop intellectual creativity among elementary, middle, and high school students.
Networking across disciplines to new interdisciplinary collaborations
Intrigued by the power of emergence to help research and understand many of its central goals, the leaders of the Earth-Life Science Institute at the Tokyo Institute of Technology constructed their yearly symposium as an exploration of the topic.
JAXA Epsilon-4 to launch with experimental Earth sensor and star tracker developed by Tokyo Tech
Toward artificial photosynthesis - Press seminar on development of new catalysts
Scientists at Tokyo Tech have developed and analyzed a novel catalyst for the oxidation of 5-hydroxymethyl furfural, which is crucial for generating new raw materials that replace the classic non-renewable ones used for making many plastics.
Researchers at Tokyo Tech have developed a hydraulic actuator that will allow tough robots to operate in disaster sites and other harsh environments.
A study by Dr Yamei Li, Prof. Ryuhei Nakamura and Dr Norio Kitadai was published in Life.