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Researchers 287 Result(s), Themes 250 Result(s)


Advanced Wireless Information Technology Noriharu Suematsu (Professor)
Development of anti-fibrotic therapies with a cell line from myofibroblasts of fibrotic kidneys Norio Suzuki (Professor)
Fabrication of Imitative Stress Corrosion Cracking Specimens for the Development of Nondestructive Evaluation Techniques Noritaka Yusa (Professor)
Regulation of TSLP Production in Keratinocytes Noriyasu Hirasawa (Professor)


Development of Novel Bone Substitute Biomaterials Showing Highly Osteoconductive Property Osamu Suzuki (Professor)


Process development using chemical reactions in high temperature/high pressure water; Super/subcritical fluid extraction technology Qingxin Zheng


Assessment of Physical Activities Using Wearable Sensors Ryoichi Nagatomi (Specially Appointed Professor(Research))
Novel Cu-Based Shape Memory Alloy with High Ductility Ryosuke Kainuma (Professor)
Resarch and development for maintaining and improving brain and mental health Ryuta Kawashima (Professor)
Smart Ageing Initiative Ryuta Kawashima (Professor)


Vision Sciences and Human Interfaces Satoshi Shioiri (Specially Appointed Professor(Research))
Magnetic Materials (Permanent Magnets, High Frequency Materials, Microwave Absorbers) Satoshi Sugimoto (Specially Appointed Professor(Research))
Robot Technology for Achieving Secure Society Satoshi Tadokoro (Professor)
A novel crystal growth via controlling an energy relationship between crystal and melt with applying an electric field Satoshi Uda (Specially Appointed Professor(Research))
Spintronics Devices and Materials Shigemi Mizukami (Professor)
Hardware Development of Brain Computer and its Application to Visual Information Processing Shigeo Sato (Professor)
Development of Advanced Device and Process Technologies and New Image Sensors Shigetoshi Sugawa (Professor)
Imaging and photoregulation of biological functions Shin Mizukami (Professor)
“HYDRIDE" Researches for Energy Applications Shin-Ichi Orimo (Professor)
High-Speed Vision for Real-Time Motion Analysis Shingo Kagami (Professor)