Under the theme of "viewing," this section introduces some of the newest research at Osaka University. Viewing the quality of cells, genes, future computer society, periodontal bacteria, and more...
- Research Topics from NL66
- Viewing the Past through 'mokkan' [thin pieces of wood used to write on in ancient times] and Gardens
- The theme of this issue of "Tomorrow's Pioneer's" is "Viewing." Areas of study expand through viewing. The pioneers of this issue are Associate Professor Hiroki ICHI and Associate Professor Koji KUWAKINO. Associate Professor ICHI conducts research in 'mokkan' of ancient Japan; Associate Professor KUWAKINO conducts research in Italian gardens of the early modern era. Together they command a broad perspective on history through direct research in people's life styles in the past.
- Saki NISHIYAMA, Class of 2015, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, moves onward and upward in her life, holding fast to her love of the piano
- One of her teachers advised her saying, “You can continue to play the piano even if you enroll in a comprehensive university, but you may find it difficult to switch to medicine if you attend a music college.”
- A Half-Century in the Making - OU Student Dominates Kansai Tennis
- Naoko HIGUCHI (2nd year, School of Science) of the Osaka University Tennis Club took 1st place at the highest level university tennis tournament in the Kansai area, the Kansai Student Tennis Tournament (August 25 ~ September 1). This victory was the first in nearly a half-century for an OU student.
With her eyes set on placing highly at the national tournament, Ms. Higuchi is out on the court practicing every day.
- Presidential Awards for Achievement
- Presidential Awards for Encouragement