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Our institute seeks to illuminate precisely such a chemical basis of cells, creating compounds to control processes in cells such as stem cells (materials for cell control), and further down the road spark cellular processes to create chemical materials (cell-inspired materials).
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Scientists running to go beyond their own wildest dreams
and be the one to find the future.
Pursuing the unelucidated structure of beauty
Professor Kengaku seeks to understand the mechanism behind how the brain is constructed by studying the dynamic movement of developing neurons.
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First authors of recently published papers tell the behind-the-scenes stories not communicated in the manuscripts.
A graduate student in the Physics Department at Kyoto University where he studies optical properties of polymer films. Recently Mr. Gibbons and his collaborators have developed a polymer film that changes color when heart cells are beating on its surface, providing a unique way of monitoring the cells.