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Development of new materials based on the calculation of thermodynamic properties through electronic theory OHTANI Hiroshi (Professor)
Development of new methods and apparatus for industrial elemental analysis WAGATSUMA Kazuaki (Professor)
Development of New Reactions Using Organocatalyst HAYASHI Yujiro (Professor)
Development of next-generation sterilization method by a plasma flow at atmospheric pressure SATO Takehiko (Professor)
Development of Novel Bone Substitute Biomaterials Showing Highly Osteoconductive Property SUZUKI Osamu (Professor)
Development of Novel Scintillator and Piezoelectric Crystals YOSHIKAWA Akira (Professor)
Development of Open Nanoporous Base and Half Metals, Metalloids and their Alloys KATO Hidemi (Professor)
Development of Optical Sysytems for Noninvasive Treatment and Diagnosis MATSUURA Yuji (Professor)
Development of Passive Millimeter-wave Imaging Device for Practical Applications SATO Hiroyasu (Assistant Professor)
Development of PHD-Targeted Drug for Ischemic Injury MIYATA Toshio (Professor)
Development of Potential Thermoelectric Materials MIYAZAKI Yuzuru (Professor)
Development of preventive medicine for aortic aneurysm and dissection of Marfan syndrome SAITOU Masahiro (Professor)
Development of Production System of Valuable Proteins Using a Koji-Mold, Aspergillus Oryzae, as a Host GOMI Katsuya (Professor)
Development of Recombinant Inbred Mice with a Genetic Predisposition to Collagen Disease KODAMA Tetsuya (Professor)
Development of Recycling Technology for High-Water Content Sludge by Using Fiber Materials TAKAHASHI Hiroshi (Professor)
Development of Renewable Energy Systems for Sustainable Development Society YUGAMI Hiroo (Professor)
Development of Sensors and Measuring Systems for Ultra-Precision Manufacturing and Nanomanufacturing GAO Wei (Professor)
Development of Soft Magnetic Materials and Magnet Consisting of Complete Rare-Earth Free Elements Both with Ultimately-High-Efficient Types Contributing to Energy- and Resource-Saving by Precise Controlling their Nanostructures MAKINO Akihiro (Professor)
Development of Solid-State-Ionics Materials for Energy Conversion, Storage and Utilization TAKAMURA Hitoshi (Professor)
Development of Sustainable Integrated Multiphase Energy System ISHIMOTO Jun (Professor)