Okayama University e-Bulletin Vol.6
February 27, 2014
Source: Okayama University, Japan, Planning and Public Information Division
For immediate release: 26 February 2014
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Okayama University e-Bulletin highlights news and views from one of Japan's largest comprehensive universities internationally recognized for its dynamic and innovative approach to interdisciplinary scientific research and pioneering educational programs.
(Okayama, Japan, 26 February 2014) Content highlights include mysteries of producing red colors in traditional Japanese Bizen stoneware and iron-oxidizing bacteria for lithium ion batteries; genetic engineering for elimination of quiescent human cancer stem cells; the first recovery of significant rock sections from fast-spreading lower oceanic crust; blood screening test for malignant pleural mesotheliomaearth science; and cancer stem cell niche.
Contents of the February 2014 issue of Okayama University e-Bulletin:
OKAYAMA UNIVERSITY e-Bulletin
Okayama University e-Bulletin highlights news and views from one of Japan's largest comprehensive universities internationally recognized for its dynamic and innovative approach to interdisciplinary scientific research and pioneering educational programs
Research and applications of iron oxide nanoparticles
From the mysteries of producing red colors in traditional Japanese Bizen stoneware to iron-oxidizing bacteria for lithium ion batteries, Professor Jun Takada is at the forefront of research on innovative iron oxide nanomaterials.
Okayama University Attends Licensing Executives Society (LES)
Project launched to train educators from Senegal
Selection for the Center Of Innovation (COI STREAM) Program
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Takashi Yorifuji Attends World Health Organization Meeting
A genetically engineered telomerase-specific oncolytic adenovirus "Telomelysin" eliminates quiescent human cancer stem cells by promoting their cell cycle entry
The first recovery of significant rock sections from fast-spreading lower oceanic crust
Blood Screening Test for Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma
Cancer stem cell niche: progenies of CSCs maintain properties of CSCs
Intellectual Property and Enterprise
New Route for Synthesis of Roche Intermediate for (–)-Oseltamivir from Replenishable Sources
Letters from alumni
Nan Bin Mad Sahar
Contemporary art on islands in the Seto Inland Sea
Okayama University Women's Ice Hockey Club
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About Okayama University
Okayama University is one of the largest comprehensive universities in Japan with roots going back to the Medical Training Place sponsored by the Lord of Okayama and established in 1870. Now with 1,300 faculty and 14,000 students, the University offers courses in specialties ranging from medicine and pharmacy to humanities and physical sciences. Okayama University is located in the heart of Japan approximately 3 hours west of Tokyo by Shinkansen.