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  • Kyoto U Research News

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    Kyoto U Research News Webサイト

    2019 Spring

    Contents

    03
    Nobel Prize 2018
    Congratulations, Honjo-sensei!
    04
    Defining ‘Kyotoness’ in the research environment
    08
    Driven by curiosity
    10
    Cutting edge
    New gears in your sleep clock
    What does the koala genome tell us about the taste of eucalyptus?
    11
    Meet ERICA. She wants to listen to you
    12
    Giant, recently extinct seabird also inhabited Japan
    Japanese in Canada, with mixed feelings
    13
    Finding success through failure
    Using microcredit to increase rice yield in Bangladesh
    14
    Making an eye for you
    15
    KyotoU today
    Science with industry: Microbes are us. But how can we see them?
    16
    News from overseas centers
    18
    Student voices
    19
    Eternal aesthetic

    2018 Autumn

    Contents

    03
    Backstage at the lab
    The high-tech astronomy of Seimei
    08
    Personnel profiles
    Understanding the machines, Kyoto style
    12
    Cutting edge
    High achievement not always based on high student initiative
    How does HIV escape cellular booby traps?
    13
    Visualizing danger from songbird warning calls
    14
    What a handsome schnoz!
    Electro-mechano-optical NMR detection
    15
    Twisting graphene into spirals
    16
    Studying the human impact on sea urchin abundance
    Capturing the rare Yanbaru whiskered bat
    17
    Using geometry and qubits to build real universes
    18
    KyotoU today
    KURNe: research news in motion
    19
    News from overseas centers
    20
    Science with industry: Mining answers from the data mountain
    21
    So tell us... what do you do and how did you get to Japan?
    22
    Student voices
    23
    Eternal aesthetic

    2018 Spring

    Contents

    03
    Backstage at the lab
    Humanities 101 : A Kyoto approach to history, society, and the study of humanity
    12
    Cutting edge
    Special delivery : macromolecules via spider’s ‘bite’
    Cells pumping iron to prevent anemia
    13
    Black hole pair born inside a dying star?
    How am I feeling? Ask my house
    14
    Lightning, with a chance of antimatter
    15
    Winds blowing off a dying star
    The secret lives of ancient land plants
    16
    What grosses out a chimpanzee?
    17
    Cells rockin’ in their DNA
    18
    News from overseas centers
    20
    Student voices
    22
    Global outreach
    23
    Eternal aesthetic

    2017 Autumn

    Contents

    03
    Backstage at the lab
    Earth, sky, space, and everything in between
    08
    Personnel Profiles
    ARN:student perspectives
    12
    Cutting edge
    Energizing immune cells to combat cancer
    Visualizing nuclear radiation
    Choosing a simpler path to drug discovery
    Charting the skies of history
    Born to love superheroes
    High stakes, high risk, and a bad bet
    You don’t see what I see?
    Disentangling chloroplast genetics
    Untangling the knots in cell stress
    Take a look, and you’ll see, into your imagination
    Nicking in new nucleotides
    18
    International activities
    19
    News from overseas centers
    20
    Student voices
    22
    Global outreach
    23
    Eternal aesthetic

    2017 Spring

    Contents

    03
    Backstage at the lab
    Kyoto into Africa
    08
    Personnel Profiles
    The genetics of wildlife breeding and conservation
    12
    Cutting edge
    Smiling baby monkeys and the roots of laughter
    Homosexual termite regicide
    Is it your second cousin? Cotton swabs may tell you
    Drinking green tea to prevent artery explosion
    Great apes can “read minds”
    Mt Aso could erupt much sooner, scientists warn
    Aging bonobos in the wild could use reading glasses too
    A big nano boost for solar cells
    Proteins at the movies
    The sea roils and life returns
    Safety in darkness
    18
    International activities
    20
    Student voices
    22
    Global outreach
    23
    Eternal aesthetic

    2016 Autumn

    Contents

    03 from the President

    04
    On the cover: Backstage at the lab
    Reading beyond time and across disciplines
    08
    Personnel Profiles
    Working in CiRA labs

    11 News from overseas centers

    12 Cutting edge

    The search for happiness: using MRI to find where happiness happens
    Fish oil helps burn fat by transforming fat-storage cells into fat-burning cells
    "Seeing" black holes with home-use telescopes
    To hear a pit ter patter from afar: catching hear tbeats with milimeter-wave radar
    Genetically modified E.coli pump out morphine precursor
    "Popular girls" have less lice . in the monkey world
    Australopithecus fossils found east of the Great Rif t Valley
    'Slow' NZ seabed quake sheds light on tsunami-earthquake mechanism
    Cancer cell immunity in the crosshairs: wor th the expense?
    Flipping a protein switch to illuminate brain functions
    "Big mama" bonobos help younger females stand up for themselves
    Did the LIGO gravitational waves originate from primordial black holes?

    18 International activities

    20 Student voices

    22 Global outreach

    23 Eternal aesthetic

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