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Survey: 40% of universities to have quota for female students

Asahi News 14 Jun 2024
The survey was conducted from April to May by The Asahi Shimbun at 80 of the 86 national universities across the country ... Seventeen universities, including Kyoto University and Chiba University, said they are planning to introduce such quotas.
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Japanese researchers unveil solar chemical heat pump system for buildings

PV Magazine 30 May 2024
Researchers from Chiba University in Japan have designed a heat pump system that integrates photovoltaic-thermal (PVT) energy with chemical storing involving an exothermic reaction that releases heat and an endothermic reaction that stores heat.
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Researchers investigate the origin of circatidal rhythms in freshwater snails

Phys Dot Org 27 May 2024
Researchers from Chiba University have discovered that snails living in downstream tidal areas have biological rhythms synchronized with the tidal cycles, unlike those in nontidal regions ... Provided by Chiba University.
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Researchers report a simpler method for precise molecular orbital visualization

Phys Dot Org 22 May 2024
Manabu Hagiwara from Chiba University, Prof ... Provided by Chiba University.
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How the perils of space have affected asteroid Ryugu

Ars Technica 19 May 2024
JAXA, University of Tokyo, Kochi University, Rikkyo University, Nagoya University, Chiba Institute of Technology, Meiji University, Aizu University, AIST (credit.
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Why are 90 lakh homes in Japan vacant? Report says…

Hindustan Times 09 May 2024
(Getty Images) ... Download Now! Download Now! ... It’s not really a problem of building too many houses” but “a problem of not having enough people,” Jeffrey Hall, a lecturer at Kanda University of International Studies in Chiba told CNN ... ALSO READ ... ....
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At Nanpeidai 5-chome, Takatsuki, Osaka prefecture, Japan
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Why too many homes and not enough people is a problem for Japan

CNN 08 May 2024
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Asahi Shimbun pays tribute to reporter slain 37 years ago

Asahi News 04 May 2024
One visitor to the Hanshin Bureau on May 3 was Shoichiro Numayama, 60, who was interviewed by Kojiri when he was still a university student. Now a senior high school teacher in Chiba Prefecture, Numayama said.
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World Insights: Japan drifting further from its war-renouncing constitution

Xinhua 03 May 2024
... and conflict," said Atsushi Koketsu, emeritus professor at Yamaguchi University of Japan.People protest in front of the convention center of Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture, Japan, March 15, 2023.
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Unveiling the molecular functions of lipid droplet proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana leaves

Phys Dot Org 23 Apr 2024
Shimada, an LD expert affiliated with Chiba University, explains the motivation behind their research ... Yuto Omata from the Faculty of Horticulture, Chiba University, who is the first author of this study, along with Dr ... Provided by Chiba University.
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Key protein regulates immune response to viruses in mammal cells

Phys Dot Org 19 Apr 2024
... University in Japan ... This study was conducted in collaboration with Saitama University, Chiba University, Kyoto University and Maebashi Institute of Technology in Japan ... Provided by University of Tokyo.
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Researchers identify 45 distinct brain connectivity alterations linked to anorexia nervosa

PsyPost 18 Apr 2024
... University ... The research was conducted by Hirano and first author Yusuke Sudo, a research fellow at the Research Center for Child Mental Development at Chiba University, along with 32 other co-authors.
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Japanese Court Dismisses Death Row Inmates’ Lawsuit Challenging Short Notice of Executions

Time Magazine 15 Apr 2024
... death row inmates and their families greater notice of their impending executions,” Jeffrey Hall, lecturer in Japanese studies at Kanda University of International Studies in Chiba, tells TIME.

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