Media Coverages & Press Releases

Professor NAKAJIMA Harushi commented on NHK-WORLD-Japan, Science View “Editing Ge ...

A new genome editing biotechnology can alter genes, known as the "blueprints" of life. Some foods produced with this technology are already ...

Associate Professor ISHIDA Sachiko was introduced on Made in Japan, “The Future i ...

Flip through a book of origami patterns and it's hard not to notice the math staring back at you. The same is true when unfolding a finished ...

Unraveling Sex Determination in Bursaphelenchus Nematodes: A Path Towards Pest-co ...

The mechanisms underlying sex determination in nematodes, commonly known as roundworms, have not been fully understood. Now, an internationa ...

Distinguished Professor Emeritus HAGIWARA Ichiro was introduced on Futurities, th ...

Origami, the Japanese art of transforming a single sheet of paper into various shapes, is a traditional cultural activity and form of play t ...

Dr. Homei Miyashita Laboratory was introduced on REUTERS, “Japan researchers deve ...

Japanese researchers have developed computerised chopsticks that enhance salty tastes, potentially helping those who need to reduce sodium i ...

A World First! Research Confirms Perceived Taste Change Via Electric Stimulation, ...

The Meiji University Dr. Homei Miyashita Laboratory of the Department of Frontier Media Science, School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sc ...

New videos are released at “Incredible Senseis at Meiji University,” a video seri ...

Meiji University creates a series of promotional videos, “Incredible Senseis at Meiji University,” and a landing page to tell the world abou ...

Professor MORINAGA Yuki was introduced on NHK WORLD-Japan, Science View, “Special ...

From the 1950s to the 1960s, Minamata Bay in Kumamoto Prefecture, located in the western part of Japan, was contaminated with organic mercur ...

Professor NOZAWA Chie was introduced on Discuss Japan — Japan Foreign Policy Foru ...

For many years, the dream of owning a plot of land and a home has characterized the Japanese. Nonetheless, we are now faced with a strange s ...