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Researchers & Students
Miniature Ion Thruster Propulsion System, In-Flight Operation First operation of an ion thruster on a small satellite (less than 100 kg)- Associate professor Hiroyuki Koizumi (Mathematical Physics of Emergent Systems) and Professor Shinichi Nakasuka (Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics)
Largest ever genomic study of liver cancer identifies mutations that distinguish Asian and Western disease - Professor Hiroyuki Aburatani (Genome Science) and researchers from the National Cancer Center Research Institute, the Baylor College of Medicine, were also colleagues on this work.
Tanaka Kikinzoku Kogyo K.K. will begin provision of DX ruthenium complex dye used in dye sensitized solar cells developed by Professor Hiroshi Segawa (Energy Environment) and his team.
Emeritus Professor Toshiro Fujita (Division of Clinical Epigenetics)'s authored paper, "Anti-albuminuric effect of the aldosterone blocker eplerenone in non-diabetic hypertensive patients with albuminuria: a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial" has been published in "Scientific Reports".
Abe’s Enforcer: Suga Yoshihide's Stabilizing Influence on the Cabinet - Contributed article by Professor Izuru Makihara (Political Administrative System)
On 11 September, seven students from Munich University, Germany, visited RCAST.
The 2nd briefing of admission to the Department of Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies, Graduate School of Engineering will be held on Thursday, November 6, 2014.
Professor Takao Hamakubo (Quantitative Biology and Medicine) and his research group has discovered that pentatraxin 3 (PTX3), a protein that helps the innate immune system target invaders such as bacteria and viruses, can reduce mortality of mice suffering from sepsis. Article nis now on "Science Signaling".
Rcast holds the research tours for middle and high school students.
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