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Can the brain feel it?  The world´s smallest extracellular needle-electrodes

new!

No.9, May 2017

Hirohito Sawahata

Can the brain feel it? The world´s smallest extracellular needle-electrodes

Using an air conditioner in summer may affect sleep quality

new!

No.9, May 2017

Kazuyo Tsuzuki

Using an air conditioner in summer may affect sleep quality

Microhotplates for a smart gas sensor

new!

No.9, May 2017

Tatsuya Iwata

Microhotplates for a smart gas sensor

Nano-polycrystalline film leads to stronger magnetism compared to single-crystal films

new!

No.9, May 2017

Taichi Goto

Nano-polycrystalline film leads to stronger magnetism compared to single-crystal films

Garnet-type fast ionic conductor for all-solid-state lithium battery

No.8, February 2017

Ryoji Inada

Garnet-type fast ionic conductor for all-solid-state lithium battery

World First Demo of Labyrinth Magnetic-Domain-Optical Q-switched Laser

No.8, February 2017

Taichi Goto

World First Demo of Labyrinth Magnetic-Domain-Optical Q-switched Laser

Artificial enzyme for asymmetric synthesis using a synthetic chiral polymer

No.8, February 2017

Shinichi Itsuno

Artificial enzyme for asymmetric synthesis using a synthetic chiral polymer

Development of a new thermoelectric material for a sustainable society

No.8, February 2017

Yoshikazu Todaka

Development of a new thermoelectric material for a sustainable society

Toyohashi University of Technology leads the development of technologies for “Food Security and Safety”

No.7, November 2016

Saburo Tanaka

Toyohashi University of Technology leads the development of technologies for “Food Security and Safety”

Simple operation for detecting residual pesticides in agricultural products anytime anywhere

No.7, November 2016

Seiji Iwasa

Simple operation for detecting residual pesticides in agricultural products anytime anywhere

Near-infrared (NIR) optical imaging system for detecting small organic objects in thick foods

No.7, November 2016

Mitsuo Fukuda

Near-infrared (NIR) optical imaging system for detecting small organic objects in thick foods

Development of three channel SQUIDs contaminant detector for food inspection

No.7, November 2016

Saburo Tanaka

Development of three channel SQUIDs contaminant detector for food inspection

Food contaminant detector using Ultrasound

No.7, November 2016

Naohiro Hozumi

Food contaminant detector using Ultrasound

Rapid and sensitive bacteria detection using microcolony method combining a fluorescent staining technique and a bioimaging system

No.7, November 2016

Shigeki Nakauchi

Rapid and sensitive bacteria detection using microcolony method combining a fluorescent staining technique and a bioimaging system

Unveiling the electron's motion in a carbon nanocoil

No.6, September 2016

Yoshiyuki Suda

Unveiling the electron's motion in a carbon nanocoil

Towards building next-generation batteries using a pigment electrode

No.6, September 2016

Tomohiro Tojo

Towards building next-generation batteries using a pigment electrode

Can robots recognize faces even under backlighting?

No.6, September 2016

Jun Miura

Can robots recognize faces even under backlighting?

Sociable Dining Table

No.6, September 2016

Khaoula Youssef

Sociable Dining Table

New bimetallic alloy nanoparticles for printed electronic circuits

No.5, June 2016

Go Kawamura

New bimetallic alloy nanoparticles for printed electronic circuits

Wirelessly Supplying Power to Brain

No.5, June 2016

Ippei Akita

Wirelessly Supplying Power to Brain

Intracellular recordings using nanotower electrodes

No.5, June 2016

Takeshi Kawano

Intracellular recordings using nanotower electrodes

Nano-magnets produce three-dimensional images

No.5, June 2016

Hiroyuki Takagi

Nano-magnets produce three-dimensional images

Subliminal effect of facial color on fearful faces

No.4, February 2016

Tetsuto Minami

Subliminal effect of facial color on fearful faces

Humans can empathize with robots

No.4, February 2016

Michiteru Kitazaki

Humans can empathize with robots

Non-destructive sensing of fish freshness

No.4, February 2016

Gamal ElMasry

Non-destructive sensing of fish freshness

Innovative method for delivering genes into cells

No.4, February 2016

Rika Numano

Innovative method for delivering genes into cells

New synthetic route to potential medicines for type 2 diabetes

No.3, November 2015

Kazutaka Shibatomi

New synthetic route to potential medicines for type 2 diabetes

Finding a way to boost efficiency of CIGS solar cells

No.3, November 2015

Masanobu Izaki

Finding a way to boost efficiency of CIGS solar cells

A new measure for wireless power transfer

No.3, November 2015

Takashi Ohira

A new measure for wireless power transfer

Robot's disfluent speaking just to get attention from you

No.3, November 2015

Michio Okada

Robot's disfluent speaking just to get attention from you

Job-sharing with nursing robot

No.2, September 2015

Ryosuke Tasaki

Job-sharing with nursing robot

Autophagy defect causes loss of muscle in aging

No.2, September 2015

Kunihiro Sakuma

Autophagy defect causes loss of muscle in aging

Molecular modeling of novel potent agents for treating Alzheimer's disease

No.2, September 2015

Noriyuki Kurita

Molecular modeling of novel potent agents for treating Alzheimer's disease

Super small needle technology for brain

No.2, September 2015

Takeshi Kawano

Super small needle technology for brain

Unveiling the world's smallest and most powerful micro motors

No.1, July 2015

Tomoaki Mashimo

Unveiling the world's smallest and most powerful micro motors

Micro fingers for arranging single cells

No.1, July 2015

Moeto Nagai

Micro fingers for arranging single cells

High power and high safety materials for Li-ion battery

No.1, July 2015

Ryoji Inada

High power and high safety materials for Li-ion battery

World first prediction of the sound radiating from a recorder

No.1, July 2015

Hiroshi Yokoyama

World first prediction of the sound radiating from a recorder

A milestone of developing CNC-based applications

No.1, July 2015

Yoshiyuki Suda

A milestone of developing CNC-based applications

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