"M" Researcher - 37 Result(s)


Exercising "Cultured" Myotubes! Makoto Kanzaki (Professor)
Electrical Spin Generation and Manipulation in Semiconductors Makoto Koda (Professor)
Biomodel for Development of Endovascular Treatment Makoto Ohta (Professor)
Advanced Analysis of Socio-Economical Data for Capturing Social Needs Makoto Okumura (Professor)
Application of Nuroimaging Technique to Interface Evaluation Makoto Takahashi (Professor)
Study on Tactile/Touch Feeling Sensor Mami Tanaka (Professor)
Functional and Molecular Imaging with Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Manabu Tashiro (Professor)
Induction of Schwann cells from human mesenchymal stem cells and their application to spinal cord injury and demyelinating diseases Mari Dezawa (Professor)
Induction of skeletal muscle cells from human mesenchymal stem cells and their application to muscle degeneration Mari Dezawa (Professor)
Induction of Neural Cells from Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells and their Application to Neurodegenerations Mari Dezawa (Professor)
Establishment of Minimally Invasive Cell Therapy for Diabetes by Introducing Interdisciplinary Approach Masafumi Goto (Professor)
Theoretical Design of New Materials and Device Functionality based on First-principles Calculations Masafumi Shirai (Professor)
Visualization of Electron Motion in Matter by Means of Electron Compton Scattering Masahiko Takahashi (Professor)
Development of preventive medicine for aortic aneurysm and dissection of Marfan syndrome Masahiro Saito (Professor)
Advanced Molecular Transformations by Organocatalysts Masahiro Terada (Professor)
Nano-Scale Total-Analysis Based on TEM Masami Terauchi (Professor)
Blockchain-based Approachs for High Secure P2P-type Decentralized Cloud Storage and Practical Smart Contract for Trading Personal Data Masao Sakai (Associate Professor)
Improvement of Seed Production by Using Reproductive Trait in Crops, Especially, Rice and Cruciferous Crops Masao Watanabe (Professor)
Photo-Functional Advanced Materials for Nanofabrication by Nanoimprint Lithography Masaru Nakagawa (Professor)
Indentation modulus 8.4 GPa! Resin replica mold more solid than polyimide Masaru Nakagawa (Professor)
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