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Discovery of the new enzyme, available for manufacturing of cis-4-Hydroxy-L-proline, a material of pharmaceutical and cosmetic products
17-May-2011

Prof. Kuniki Kino (Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering) and Dr. Ryotaro Hara (Research Institute for Science and Engineering), Waseda University, have discovered a new enzyme which has been utilized to develop an innovative new industrial manufacturing method for cis-4-hydroxy-L-proline, an amino acid derivative.

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Tsunami Disaster Survey—Need for Recasting Disaster Prevention Plans Coastal Structures Not Enough for Protection
10-May-2011

The whole picture of the damage is not clear yet, but coastal disaster professionals including myself were not able to specifically predict such a devastating disaster in Japan. Although I think there are many hardships in restoring the coastal areas, I believe that we are responsible for supporting restoration of the devastated areas.

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The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant Accident Caused by the Massive Tsunami - Improvement of Safety Mechanism
10-May-2011

A severe earthquake and massive tsunami hit the Pacific coastline of eastern Japan on March 11, 2011. A total of six nuclear power plants automatically shut down because of the earthquake. Power from outside the plant was also lost. Emergency diesel generators started operating.

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Reconstructing Afflicted Areas: Combining All Kinds of Wisdom
18-April-2011

Professor Osamu Soda of Waseda University examines how best to proceed with reconstruction in the areas affected by the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

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Conducting concentrated humanities research of “Buddhism” as a civilization that swept through East Asia
5-April-2011

Through a system for organizing new strategic research at Waseda University, the “Center for Research on “Buddhism” as a Civilization of East Asia” has been established. The horizontal links between Asian researchers the Center allows has lead to an abundance of new research.

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