List of articles by Chiba University

How ants know the size of their colony: University of the Ryukyus and others uncover one of the mechanisms

 Professor Mizuki Tsuji of the University of the Ryukyus, in collaboration with Chiba University and others, has elucidated the mechanism by which ants perceive the size of their colony. The research team also included other […]

Chiba University develops an inexpensive arsenic sensor using microbial proteins

 A joint research team from Chiba University Graduate School, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, and Waseda University has introduced cysteine ​​to proteins that control microbial DNA transcription […]

Death risk for elderly people is lowest for home ownership, followed by public rental housing

 Associate Professor Masamichi Hanasato of Chiba University Preventive Medicine Center and Specially Appointed Assistant Professor Chie Koga of the Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo, said that approximately 4 elderly people […]

Joint research on technology inheritance between Chiba University, Sumida Ward, and two printing companies receives the Printing Society Encouragement Award

 Joint research on handing down printing craftsmanship skills using AI (artificial intelligence), advanced by Sumida Ward, Tokyo, Chiba University, printing company Sanko, and Nikko Process, is being carried out by Nihon Ink […]

Chiba University sends over 4 foreign students to the school in four years

 The Chiba University Intercultural Study Center started the “Chiba University International Friendship Pro” in 2019 […]

Noto Peninsula Earthquake: University of Tokyo and others launch emergency research cruise on academic research vessel

 The joint research team, which includes Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, the Earthquake Research Institute of the University of Tokyo, the Faculty of Science of Hokkaido University, and the Disaster Prevention Research Institute of Kyoto University, is a collaboration between the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology and the Earthquake Research Institute of the University of Tokyo.

Do living things evolve between the four seasons? Chiba University discovers the evolution of flies due to seasonal changes

 A group from Chiba University and the Kazusa DNA Research Institute found that fruit flies undergo rapid evolution over just six seasons.

2023 people selected as Nice Step Researchers 10, including Assistant Professor Kokawa of the University of Tsukuba

 The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's National Institute for Science and Technology Policy has selected the University of Tsukuba's Department of Life and Environmental Sciences as the Nice Step Researcher 2023, an award given to researchers with outstanding recent achievements.

8 projects selected including university-based new industry creation projects, Osaka University, and Doshisha University.

 The Japan Science and Technology Agency has selected eight new projects, including Osaka University and Doshisha University, as 2023 projects for the university-based new industry creation fund project. […]
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