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Knowledge Co-Creation - Profiles of researchers

(Mar. 12)Seeking a Form of Corporate Valuation Mutually Beneficial to Shareholders, Employees, Consumers, and Citizens

Tomoki Oshika
Associate Professor, Faculty of Commerce, Waseda University

(Feb. 8)Frontier of attosecond science: Measuring electron dynamics in molecules

Hiromichi Niikura
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

(Dec. 11)to the development of international linguistics through the Ainu language

Anna Bugaevea
Associate Professor, Waseda Institute for Advanced Study

(Oct. 9)Refining environmental purification technology through the engineering application of microscopic interface phenomena

Chiharu Tokoro
Associate Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

(Jun. 6)Going beyond space-time Pursuing language accents

Kazuaki Ueno
Professor at Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University

(May. 8)Continuously capturing the attractiveness and depth of Spanish art with fresh viewpoints

Yasujiro Otaka
Professor, Faculty of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University

Waseda research zone - latest news on project research

(Dec. 28)Exploring 21st Century Japanese Systems in a Globalizing World

The terms Japanology has traditionally been used to refer to the study of Japanese history and culture. This academic discipline originally developed from the viewpoint of Japan as seen by foreigners, or that of Japan's significance for other countries, and was mainly advanced by European and American researchers. [More...]

(Nov. 6)Pursuing the ideal form of intellectual property law by transcending boundaries between the humanities/sciences and regulations/research

The idea of legal protection for personal inventions, writings and intellectual property has rapidly spread and increased in importance in conjunction with the growth of scientific technology and industry in modern times.[More...]

(Aug. 7)Driving an advanced space mission and attempting to solve the mystery of dark matter

In July 2012, a new particle was discovered by using the world's largest elliptic collision accelerator at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Switzerland.[More...]

(Jul. 10)Aiming for biomedical strategic development at the only overseas research base of a Japanese university

Singapore, a small country with almost no natural resources such as energy or water and food, has strived to become an Asian economic hub through its own international economic and trade policies.[More...]

(Apr. 10)Internationalization of service businesses centered on the Asian market

Many years have passed since the phrase "post-industrial society" was coined. It has been said that industrialization will be followed by a shift towards a service economy which will support economic growth in the 21st century. [More...]

(Mar. 13)Combining economics and engineering to research a sustainable resource lifecycle

Upon entering the 21st century, there has been a dramatic shift towards the idea that corporate management equals environmental management. [More...]