Complexity Science And Engineering

Dean’s Award for Outstanding Achievement, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences 2017 2017:03:30:11:49:58
The recipients of the Dean's Award for Outstanding Achievement (Master course 12 students, Doctoral course 12 students) GSFS 2017 were announced. The awards were initiated in 2006 for the purpose of recognizing students and groups for outstanding achievement in academic learning, international exchange, and regional contribution. A ceremony was held on Wednesday March 15, and Dean Takashi Mino awarded plaques to the recipients.
March 30, 2017
September 16, 2016
A four-billion-year-old catastrophe: the origin of Titan’s nitrogen atmosphere 2011:05:25:14:33:58
Titan, Saturn's largest satellite, is the only body in the solar system other than Earth with a thick nitrogen atmosphere and liquid (methane) lakes on its surface. However, it remains a mystery how and when Titan's Earth-like surface environment was formed.
May 25, 2011
February 16, 2009
Watching the synapses form in an intact organism 2007:12:18:16:41:54
Synapses are specialized junctions through which neurons signal to each other and to other target cells such as muscles and are crucial to the functioning of the nervous system. However, the mechanism of how the synapses form during development remains poorly understood. In this...
December 18, 2007
Neural wiring by a negative signal 2007:08:31:17:04:42
The proper functioning of the nervous system depends on precise interconnections of distinct types of neurons. Therefore, understanding how neurons specifically find and recognize their target cells is a central question in neuroscience. Involvement of specific molecular cues ex...
August 31, 2007