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10 Selected Papers

World-Leading Selected Scientific Papers

Each year, many Osaka University researchers publish their research results in scientific papers. Ten selected papers are introduced here. All Osaka University researchers were asked to nominate what they considered to be outstanding papers published between early 2000 and early 2001. From 281 papers suggested, the Editorial Committee chose 100 as being noteworthy and 10 as being especially preeminent. Here, the first page of each of the 10 papers is printed just as it appeared in the original journal along with three pages of comments by the author.

 Humanities & Social Sciences

ONO Yoshiyasu -Institute of Social and Economic Research-
[A Reinterpretation of Chapter 17 of Keynes's General Theory: Effective Demand Shortage under Dynamic Optimization]


HARADA Akira -Graduate School of Science-
[Daisy Chain Necklace: Tri[2]rotaxane Containing Cyclodextrins]


ITO Syuji, YOSHIKAWA Hiroyuki, and MASUHARA Hiroshi -Graduate School of Engineering-
[Optical Patterning and Photochemical Fixation of Polymer Nanoparticles on Glass Substrates]

FUJISHIGE Satoru -Graduate School of Engineering Science-
[A Combinatorial Strongly Polynomial Algorithm for Minimizing Submodular Functions]

KOMASAWA Isao -Graduate School of Engineering Science, and Research Center for Solar Energy Chemistry-
[A Novel Demetalation Process for Vanadyl- and Nickelporphyrins from Petroleum Residue by Photochemical Reaction and Liquid-Liquid Extraction]

ISHIMARU Manabu -Institute of Science and Industrial Reseach-
[Radiation Tolerance of Complex Oxides]


AKIRA Shizuo -Research Institute for Microbial diseases-
[A Toll-like Receptor Recognizes Bacterial DNA]

TAKAO Toshifumi -Institute for Protein Reseach-
[A Ubiquitin-like System Mediates Protein Lipidation]

KAKIMOTO Tatsuo -Graduate School of Science-
[Identification of CRE1 as a Cytokinin Receptor from Arabidopsis]

NAKANISHI Noriyuki -Graduate School of Medicine-
[Cigarette Smoking and Risk for Impaired Fasting Glucose and Type 2 Diabetes in Middle-Aged Japanese Men]

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