Research Achievements

September 29, 2022 

Nagoya U Research FRONTLINE Vol.20: No need to Dry! Solving the energy balance problem of biofuel production

Biofuel production from microalgae requires a lot of energy in the process from collection to extraction, and faces a di

August 12, 2022 

IMaSS's Systems Research Division creates comprehensive system technologies from a variety of elemental researches

This video introduces the Systems Research Division of the Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability (IMaSS)

June 27, 2022 

Nagoya U Research FRONTLINE Vol. 19: The Greatest Mysteries of the Universe: N Lab at Nagoya University searches for new physics with Belle II

The members of the N Lab (High Energy Particle Physics Laboratory, Nagoya University) are promoting one of the most majo

May 13, 2022 

Nagoya U Research FRONTLINE Vol.18: The signs appear more than 20 years in advance! Discovering who is at risk of dementia

Changes in neurons have already begun in the brain more than 20 years before the onset of dementia. We will introduce re

April 19, 2022 

Nagoya U Research FRONTLINE Vol.17: The target is epigenome abnormality: Next-gen cancer treatment

The epigenome regulates genetic information in DNA in the process of differentiating from one fertilized egg into variou

April 12, 2022 

Nagoya U Research FRONTLINE Vol.16: "Nagomi-Zakura," Sake from the local Aichi community for future generations

Nagomi-Zakura is a sake that incorporates the knowledge of Nagoya University into the brewing technique cultivated by th

April 5, 2022 

Dear Students...

Dear Students... This is a letter to you-- Students who are still stuck abroad. We understand how difficult it's been to

March 14, 2022 

Nagoya U Research FRONTLINE Vol.15: Develop ALS remedies! -Forefront of "Reverse Translational Research"- |Department of Neurology

"From person to mouse," not "from mouse to person." They take on the challenge of the intractable neurological disease A

January 26, 2022 

Nagoya U Research FRONTLINE Vol.14: A tiny thinker, C. elegans: Mori lab's multidisciplinary approach | Ikue Mori Lab

The C. elegans or nematode, which is only 1 mm in length, has a brain, and shows preferences. In Dr. Ikue Mori's lab at

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