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Everyone is a Scientist

2021.08.21
Maria TELEGINA

Did you know that anyone can identify distant galaxies? Would you like to teach Mars rovers how to classify terrain? Or maybe help zoologists find out more about animal behavior or linguists understand more about differe…

Ethnographies of Life and Work: Researcher Series Ep. 3 Dr Takeo HOSHI

2021.07.23
SHAKUTO Shiori

 It happened about 20 years ago, when Professor Hoshi had just moved homes with his two children in San Diego, California. In addition to preparing teaching materials, he had to write articles and books. Having had hardly any time to rest, he found himself rushing to his study as soon as he got home every day.

A Few Memories Concerning Planetary Boundaries

2021.04.28
Tokyo College Blog

I think I first learned about the concept of “planetary boundaries” in December 2009 at an international conference on climate change hosted by the University of Copenhagen. The conference was attended by participants from the International Association of Research Universities (IARU)…

China and the Islamic World: Reading Ge Zhaoguang’s Chūgoku wa “Chūgoku” nanoka (Is China “China”?)

2021.04.06
HANEDA Masashi

Specially-appointed (January – August 2020) Tokyo College professor Ge Zhaoguang’s Chūgoku wa “Chūgoku” nanoka: “Takuji Chūgoku” no imēji to genjitsu (Is China “China”? Image and reality of “Here in China I Dwell”) has been published by Toho Shoten. This volume is a Japanese translation of Zháizī zhōngguó (Zhonghua Book Company, Sino United Publishing), published in 2011.

Our 3rd Spring

2021.04.06
HANEDA Masashi

April has arrived. For Tokyo College, which was founded on February 1st in 2019, this means we have now entered our third spring. The number of early career researchers has increased, with one Associate Professor, two Project Assistant Professors, five Project Researchers, and six Postdoctoral Fellows now housed at the College.

Toward 2050: Hospitals of the Future – The Role of Art

2021.04.05
Tokyo College Blog

The streamlining of medical treatment has advanced with the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Now in the midst of fear of over-run hospitals, implementing more efficient medical care will lead to more people being saved. However, to truly save patients efficiently, it is necessary to do some things which, at first sight, are not efficient.


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