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Payment of tuition(Fall Semester 2023) 2023.09.19
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Monument design competition launched to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the Faculty of Law and Letters 2023.09.08
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Kyushu U becomes first university in Japan to receive prestigious Getty grant for art history project 2023.09.08
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Visiting the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences (MNUMS) and the Mongolian-Japan Hospital (MJH) 2023.09.05
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JTW 29th class Closing Ceremony on July 26th 2023.09.01
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Application Instructions (Undergraduate Program, October 2024 enrollment) 2023.08.31
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Unveiling Japan's ancient practice of cranial modification: The case of the Hirota people in Tanegashima An international team of researchers report that the Hirota people, who lived on the southern Japanese island of Tanegashima between the late Yayoi period to the Kofun period (3rd to 7th century CE), practiced cranial modification. 2023.08.17
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Kyushu University team won the championship in the 20th Exchange Debate Contest 2023.08.08
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An American debate team visited Kyushu University Ito Campus as their first stop in the 2023 tour. 2023.08.08
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Open Call for 2023 Asia Digital Art Award FUKUOKA 2023.08.04
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Visualizing the invisible with unprecedented resolution with Prof. Yasukazu Murakami 2023.07.21
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Composing Letting Nature In Daryl Jamieson is a composer in the American experimental contemporary music style, informed by Buddhist and the Kyoto School of philosophy. This month is a performance on the Goto Islands, famous for the World Heritage Sites of the “Hidden Christians”. 2023.07.21
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A bright future in eco-friendly light devices, just add dendrimers, cellulose, and graphene Researchers from Japan and Germany have developed a new eco-friendly, and long-lasting light-emitting electrochemical cell using dendrimers combined with biomass derived cellulose acetate as the electrolyte and a graphene electrode 2023.07.07
Research ResultsHumanities & Social SciencesEnvironment & Sustainability
Do investors incorporate financial materiality of environmental information in their risk evaluation? Evaluating a company’s environmental performance based on financial materiality provides a better perspective for investors to understand the environmental risk involved. 2023.07.07
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Taiho Pharmaceutical and Kyushu University Launch Joint Research for the Development of Novel Covalent Reactive Groups with a view to advance Covalent Drugs 2023.06.26
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Game Theory for Integrative Knowledge Game theory is a mathematical modeling and analysis of the strategic behavior of people where choices by a player affect the interests of a different player and vice versa. Its application is vast and continuously growing. 2023.06.22
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The rhythm we hear: sound, neural processing and perception How does the brain process rhythm and measures of sound that are strung together in a sequence? Research elucidates preceding sound context affects the brain’s perception of time. 2023.06.12
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How neurons compete to lose their link Researchers detail the mechanism of how synapses compete with each other, and how weak and noisy synapses are eliminated during development 2023.06.08
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In the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2023, Kyushu University notably achieved rankings within the top 30 in three areas. 2023.06.02
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Researchers Shed Further Light onto Zinc Homeostasis in Cells 2023.05.30
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