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(Feb. 12)Linking Experience and Knowledge of African Studies to Student Volunteer Activities

Yukino Iwai
Assistant Professor, Hirayama Ikuo Volunteer Center (WAVOC)

(Oct. 8)At the forefront of epigenetics Elucidating the mechanisms of gene expression and regulation

Hitoshi Kurumizaka
Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University

(Aug. 6)English Sound Acquisition– In Search of a Bridge between Theory and Practice

Mamiko Orii
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences

(May. 7)Elucidating the Molecular Mechanism of Organisms’ Fertilization

Toshiyuki Mori
Assistant Professor, Waseda Institute for Advanced Study

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(Mar. 11)The Key to Innovate Japanese Businesses is the “Kansei/Affective Quality” that Customers Feel

Founded in October 2007 based on the Research Institute of the Faculty of Commerce, the WBS Research Center (independent from the international business discipline of the Waseda Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, or WIAPS) was set up with the aim of promoting joint research and educational activities between the Waseda Business School and the Faculty of Commerce.[More...]

(Jan. 14)Turning a Super-Aged Society into one of Healthy Longevity through the Fusion of Sport Sciences, Robot Engineering and Life Sciences

Japan has the world’s fastest aging society, with people aged 65 and over now making up more than 24% of the population, and it is about to become the world’s first super-aged society.[More...]

(Jul. 9)General University Museum with 18,000 Stored Artifacts

Yaichi Aizu (1881-1956) was a literary figure well known as a historian of eastern art and as a poet, calligrapher and essayist. The Aizu Museum at Waseda University is built around Aizu’s collection of artifacts arranged into the three categories of eastern art, modern art, and archaeology.[More...]

(Jun.11)Formation of a Cohesive Research Center for the Humanities amid the Comings and Goings of Tradition and Innovation

In the transition from the 20th century to the 21st century, academic research and education have also been required to adapt to keep up with the times.[More...]

(Apr. 9)Achieving an Ultra-Low Power Loss Society through the Development of Next-Generation Power Devices

In recent times, procedures and activities that are earth-friendly with minimal environmental impact have often been labeled with the adjective green, such as in the terms green technology, green IT, green management, and green consumption.[More...]