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2018-0927-02
Life sciences
posted:2018/09/27

An artificial collagen-like material based on triple helix-forming peptides

KOIDE, Takaki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
● Polymerization of the collagen-like peptides by cross-linking via disulfide bonds● Functionalization by incorporating bioactive sequences derived from native collagen● Process into a transparent membrane by a drying/rehydration of the gel
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1889
Life sciences
posted:2018/09/12
特許第6869530号

ニューレグリン1α様活性を有するポリペプチド及び糖尿病治療用医薬組成物

GODA, Nobuhito Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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2060
Information Communication
posted:2018/07/13
特許第7136439号

検出方法及び検出装置

TOGAWA, Nozomu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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1860
Life sciences
posted:2018/07/13
特許第6792753号

フェルラ酸誘導体含有組成物及びその製造方法

NAKAO, Yoichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
本発明は、フェルラ酸誘導体を含有する医薬組成物及び食品組成物等の組成物及びその製造方法に関するものである。
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334JP
Information Communication
posted:2018/05/17
第6566576号

ハードウェアトロイの検出方法、ハードウェアトロイの検出プログラム、およびハードウェアトロイの検出装置

TOGAWA, Nozomu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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1913
Social Infrastructure
posted:2017/06/20
特許第6916500号

能動的接触力調整エンドエフェクタ

WANG, Wei Junior Researcher (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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2016-1024-06
Life sciences
posted:2016/10/24

Collagen-like Peptide Polymer with Gelating Property

KOIDE, Takaki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
● Disulfide-crosslinked polymer of triple-helical peptides (Fig. 1)● The material can be shaped into hydrogels and films etc. (Fig. 2).● Cell behaviors can be regulated by introducing signaling sequences (Fig. 3).● Cell behaviors can be regulated by altering the stiffness of t...
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1804
Social Infrastructure
posted:2016/04/11
第6675733号

歯磨きロボット

TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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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 Part-time Lecturer
● 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 Part-time Lecturer
● 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, Yoichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:ARAI, Daisuke Part-time Lecturer , 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, Yoichi 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, Yoichi 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, Yoichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
“Cristaxenicin A,” a new chemical compound with anti-Leishmania properties
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2011-0908-01
Information Communication
posted:2014/05/21

LSI design technology for integrated systems that realizes ultralow energy

TOGAWA, Nozomu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
We are implementing a generalized rule that remains consistent throughout higher and lower processes by creating an abstraction model based on new concepts of “strong coupling” and “weak coupling” in regard to the three factors of functional modules, memory, and control that m...
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2011-0908-02
Information Communication
posted:2014/05/21

Elucidating the vulnerability of IC cards and establishing countermeasures

TOGAWA, Nozomu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
In the scan path design, “scan registers” are incorporated randomly into the LSI, so it was originally secret information that only the designer knew.We demonstrated that it is possible to decipher the cryptographic processing of LSI in IC cards by making use of the regularity...
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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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