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2015-1215-07
Social Infrastructure
posted:2015/12/15

Human-Robot Musical Interaction

TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:コセンティノ サラ
● Musical robots must be able to communicate with partner artists(Fig.2)● Musical robots should recognize and send real-time non-verbal signals● Sensor system for real-time non-verbal signals monitoring● Multi-sensor: detects several signals at once (Fig.3)
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2015-1215-06
Social Infrastructure
posted:2015/12/15

Human-Robot Laughter Interaction

TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:コセンティノ サラ
● Sensor system for real-time laughter monitoring(Fig.2)● Wearable: non-invasive and portable ● Multi-sensor: measure all laughter-related body changes
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2015-1215-05
Social Infrastructure
posted:2015/12/15

Development of a Wearable Motion Capture System for Balance Evaluation of Older Adults

TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:SESSA, Salvatore Assistant Professor
● Inertial Measurements Unit (IMU) motion capture system (Fig.1)● One Leg Stance test with older adults (Fig.2) ● Automatic One Leg Stance segmentation (Fig.3)● Auto-detection of gait abnormality (Fig.4)
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2015-1215-04
Social Infrastructure
posted:2015/12/15

Development of Subliminal Persuasion System for Laparoscopic Training

TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:SESSA, Salvatore Assistant Professor
● Experimental setup and materials(fig.1)● Different types of feedback(fig.2)● The different between first trial and last trial(fig.3)● Workload of each group during laparoscopic training(fig.4)
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2015-1023-03
Life sciences
posted:2015/10/23

Novel antimicrobial peptides

KOIDE, Takaki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Novel antimicrobial peptides which form triple-helical structure and contain Arg cluster in the N-terminal region and disulfide bonds in the C-terminal region.
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2015-1022-04
Life sciences
posted:2015/10/23

Drug for epigenomic disruption caused by hyperglycemia

NAKAO, Youichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:ARAI, Daisuke Assistant Professor , 塩田 邦郎 教授
Does hyperglycemia cause a change of epigenome? A compound which prevents hyperglycemia-induced epigenomic aberration, could be a novel drug for diabetes associated with various diseases.
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2015-1022-03
Life sciences
posted:2015/10/23

Neuronal differentiation inducer

NAKAO, Youichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:   
・ A series of novel ageladine A derivatives,which has a specific activity on the neuronal differentiation
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2011-0906-05
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Natural marine chemical compounds as materials for drugs As a tool in chemical epigenetics

NAKAO, Youichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Samples of marine organisms: Over 1,500 species, including marine sponges, coelenterates, protochordates, echinoderms, and mollusks.A diverse range of sampling areas: Japan (Ryukyu Islands, coastal Kyushu, Izu Islands, Sado Island, coastal Sanriku, Kuril Islands), Micronesia, ...
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2011-0906-06
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

New anti-Leishmania agent

NAKAO, Youichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
“Cristaxenicin A,” a new chemical compound with anti-Leishmania properties
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2011-0909-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Techniques for separation and recovery of CO2 using lithium silicate

NAKAGAKI, Takao Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
“Lithium silicate” (Li4SiO4), developed by Toshiba, is a solid absorption material that can be used repeatedly to absorb CO2 at 600º and release CO2 at over 800º. It has excellent properties, such as higher absorption speed in the presence of water vapor, the ability to separa...
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2011-0909-04
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Increase in thermal energy quality through chemical regeneration

NAKAGAKI, Takao Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
While thermal energy can be obtained easily and in large volume, it is irreversible, making it difficult to maintain a high-exergy-rate state. To address this, we can use chemical regeneration. Exergy-lowering processes like vapor reformation and partial oxidation chemically d...
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2011-0914-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Ultra lightweight vehicle (ULV)

ONODA, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We have developed an ultra lightweight vehicle (ULV) based on the “more than a bicycle less than a vehicle” concept. By obtaining a registration number in the mini-vehicle category, this vehicle can be legally driven on public streets. At present, development of EVs is being f...
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2011-0914-02
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Co-benefit based support system and program for environmentally conscious behavior

ONODA, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Differing from the traditional types of HEMS and BEMS, based on automated control of lighting and air conditioning, these are a support system and program for environmentally conscious behavior focused on the lifestyles and work-styles of the individual (resident, worker, etc....
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2011-0914-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Production and network for use of bio-oil from unused woody biomass

ONODA, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We possess knowledge of multi-energy supply which combines production techniques for bio-oil from woody biomass based on rapid pyrolysis, with gasification and bio-oilification (having reached the stage of practical use thanks to joint research with plant manufacturers). Other...
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2011-0915-01
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Intracellular molecular dynamic analysis

INOUE, Takafumi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Using random scan two-photon excitation microscopy, we can measure the movement of intracellular molecules. In particular, the calcium ions (Ca2+) and phosphoenzymes, receptors and other proteins involved in the synapse plasticity of neurons are the target for this analysis.
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2011-0915-02
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Diagnostic method for chronic myeloproliferative diseases – method for quantitatively analyzing the JAK2 genetic mutation –

TSUNEDA, Satoshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We have a method of quantitatively analyzing the JAK2 genetic mutation. Using a fluorescent probe, it is possible to diagnose cMPD quickly and accurately.
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2011-0915-03
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

New isolation and culturing method for microorganisms

TSUNEDA, Satoshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
New high-throughput in situ culturing tools and isolation and culturing techniques for useful microorganisms in the environment. It is possible to apply these methods to environments such as in underground and in water and obtain many new bacteria in one go. Because mass trans...
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2011-0930-01
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Drug development based on collagen

KOIDE, Takaki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
●Supramolecular materials having collagen-like triple-helical structure●Library of collagen-like triple-helical peptides (approximately 800 types)●Screening methods for collagen biological polymer bonding inhibitor compounds: (establishment of 384-well plate, high-throughput s...
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2011-1028-01
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Elucidating the mechanisms of intrahepatic metabolism control and disease caused by its failure

GODA, Nobuhito Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We have findings about the central molecule involved in the low-oxygen response mechanism in cells, hypoxia inducible factor (HIF)-1. We discovered that failure in this response in hepatic parenchymal cells leads to the onset and development of alcoholic and non-alcoholic fatt...
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Life sciences
posted:2014/04/03

Apparent Chemical Species Measuring Method and Measuring System

SOTA, Takayuki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
This is a method of measuring blood flow, etc. at the surface of a human body by applying light to the surface and conducting a spectrum analysis of the reflected light, as well as a technique related to this measuring system. This invention may be customized for various sickn...
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