Closing Address [JP]

The Dean concludes the 13th meeting, promising the continuation of the research and observation.

Jan 21, 2017

Changes of Radioactive Cesium in Peach in Six Years after the Fukushima Nuclear Accident [JP]

This lecture explains the annual decline in radioactive cesium in peach and discusses how to grow fruit trees in places such as evacuation areas.

Jan 21, 2017

Toward Medium- to Long-Term Crop Production on Farmland Contaminated by Radioactive Substances [JP]

What can we do to solve the various problems associated with Fukushima's agricultural products? This lecture introduces some of the findings and discusses future measures.

Jan 21, 2017

Harassment Prevention Workshop: Advanced Level [JP] 学内

[Login Required] What can we do to prevent harassment and maintain a desirable environment for education, research, and employment? Let's learn about the gray area of harassment and how to communicate without causing harassment.

Nov 7, 2019


Shapes of Narrative: What You Hear and What You See [JP]

Reading novels, watching TV dramas, and seeing movies. Narratives are always close to us. Let’s think about how we are taking narratives.

Aug 8, 2019

The Science of Surface: From Cosmetics to Electronics [Short Clip]

This is a summary video of experiments on surface tension and on making soap bubbles that don't pop quickly.

Aug 3, 2019

Forests and Earth [JP]

How do changes in forests affect the global environment? Let's go on a trip to explore the relationship between forests and Earth.

Aug 7, 2019

Ask a Scientist Special Issue: The Nobel Prize in Physics 2019

カブリ数物連携宇宙研究機構 佐々木節副機構長が、2019年ノーベル物理学賞について、わかりやすく解説します。

Nov 11, 2019


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Jul 9, 2020

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Apr 30, 2020

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Mar 23, 2020

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Jan 27, 2020

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