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Research Themes - 265 Result(s)


Development of Advanced Device and Process Technologies and New Image Sensors Shigetoshi Sugawa (Professor)
Development of an Industrial Instrument / the Medical Equipment Using the Contactless Power Transmission System Hidetoshi Matsuki (Specially Appointed Research Fellow)
Development of an intranodal administration method Tetsuya KODAMA (Professor)
Development of anti-fibrotic therapies with a cell line from myofibroblasts of fibrotic kidneys Norio Suzuki (Professor)
Development of Atom-scale Spectroscopy Measurement for Nano Materials Tadahiro Komeda (Professor)
Development of Biomedical Micro/Nano Integrated System Using LSI Technology Tetsu Tanaka (Professor)
Development of catalytic reaction system for direct synthesis from CO2 and diols Keiichi Tomishige (Professor)
Development of Compound Semiconductor Radiation Detectors Keitaro Hitomi (Associate Professor)
Development of devices regulating inter-organ neural network for diabetes therapy Hideki Katagiri (Professor)
Development of Entangled Photon Sources Keiichi Edamatsu (Professor)
Development of Fall-Prevention Footwear Based on Mechanical Analysis of Slip-Related Falls Takeshi Yamaguchi (Professor)
Development of High Performance Carbon Nanotube-Alumina Composite Toshiyuki Hashida (Specially Appointed Professor(Research))
Development of High Sensitive Magnetic Sensor Operating at Room Temperature with Tunnel Magnetoresistance Devices Yasuo Ando (Professor)
Development of Immunobiotic Evaluation System for Functional Feeds as a Livestock Animal Model Haruki Kitazawa (Professor)
Development of integrated safety management technology for hydrogen energy systems Jun Ishimoto (Professor)
Development of Intelligent Molecules for the Regulation of Gene Expression in Cells Fumi Nagatsugi (Professor)
Development of Interconnect Materials and Processes for High Performance and High Reliability Electric Devices Junichi Koike (Professor)
Development of McH-lpr/lpr-RA1 mouse, a study model that spontaneously develops severe autoimmune arthritis, vasculitis, and sialadenitis Tetsuya KODAMA (Professor)