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Asahi Shimbun Must Further Examine Their Own Responsibility for the War
17-May-2011

To survive the period of change for the media in the future, Asahi should alter their attitude and release materials they have. To prevent Japan from becoming militarist or imperialist in times to come, Asahi has the responsibility for explaining to their readers to what extent they were committed in Tairikushinposha during the Pacific War.

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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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