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Found 276 articles associated to the institution Waseda University.
 
The Crisis of Buried Cultural Properties Evoked by the News of the Yamatai Kingdom
18-January-2010

Archaeology values actual historical facts as a first priority, rather than what is often referred to as the implied truth and meaning of history. Ruins and relics, also known as buried cultural properties, are almost the only hard evidence that reveals such historical facts.

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To explore ideal relationships between human beings and the next generation media
18-January-2010

I am specialized in ergonomics and am focusing my research on the next generation media, which is currently not yet prevalent but have a potential in the near future. When I was an undergraduate student, I undertook a research evaluating 3D images from the human perspective for the first time.

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Abolish the FOSHU! Evidence Too Ambiguous to Say "Good for You"
18-January-2010

I have been voicing my dissenting opinion of abolishing the use of Food for Specified Health Uses (FOSHU)—as well as the system itself—on the grounds that consumers are given no guarantee of the effectiveness of such products.

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To create a “place” where young, excellent talents will come together from all over the world
15-December-2009

The Waseda Institute for Advanced Study (WIAS) was established in September 2006 as part of the actions to materialize the future concept called “Second Founding,” aimed in the 125th Anniversary Project of the University.

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The Changing Era and U.S.-Japan Relations: Erosion of the Cold War Paradigm
15-December-2009

The media reported that Japanese Prime Minister Hatoyama and United States President Obama agreed to “deepen” the U.S.-Japan alliance to conclude Obama’s first visit to Japan.

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