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Meiji University × Scientific American:“Friend or Fridge? What Humans Really Want ...

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Meiji University × Nature: “Eliminating Africa’s parasitic ‘witch weed’”

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Meiji University × Nature: “Japanese lacquer’s natural advantages”

A polymer chemist is exploring eco-friendly, gloss paint alternatives and is looking to Japan’s 9000-year-old tradition of lacquering for in ...

Meiji University × Scientific American:“The Link Between Climate and Mongolia’s T ...

A drink made of fermented horse milk is a staple in the diet of Mongolian herders. Researchers are uncovering the science of its production ...

Meiji University × National Geographic:“A new sensation: recording and reproducin ...

Dr. Miyashita has found a way to reproduce taste, just as we’ve long been able to do for sight and sound.

Meiji University × National Geographic:“Uncovering life’s operating code”

By examining artificial systems with life-like qualities, He seeks to better understand biological life.

Meiji University × National Geographic:“Origami gets a second life”

“Origami gets a second life” - Professor Ichiro Hagiwara (Organization for the Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Propertie ...

Meiji University × National Geographic:“When circles are finally squared”

“When circles are finally squared” - Dr. Kokichi Sugihara (Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathemati ...

Meiji University × CNNIC:“The Magic of Math”

“The Magic of Math” - Dr. Kokichi Sugihara (Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Meiji Institute for Advanced Study of Mathematical Sciences) h ...