Graduate School of Nanobioscience

educational objectives

The Graduate School of Nanobioscience aims to contribute to the perpetual development of humanity by developing students into individuals who can further combine the fields of physics, chemistry, and life sciences and think of efficient solutions to the various problems facing human society from the perspective of the natural sciences.

Department of Materials System Science

The Department of Materials System Science teaches students to use experimental and computational science to elucidate nanosystems, including life systems, at the molecular, atomic, and subatomic levels and to comprehend environmental and energy problems scientifically. The department trains students to contribute to the perpetual development of humanity.

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Department of Life and Environmental System Science

The Department of Life and Environmental System Science is centered around the study of genomes, which are the fundamental blueprints of life. By uncovering and teaching about the bio-molecular structures and functions of animals, plants, and micro-organisms that live in a variety of different environments, the Department of Life and Environmental System Science raises students into individuals who can contribute to solutions to various problems concerning areas such as food, health, and the environment.

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personal development objectives

The Graduate School of Nanobioscience aims to develop students into individuals who can further combine the fields of physics, chemistry, and life sciences; maintain effective interpretations and understandings of life systems; provide efficient solutions to the various problems facing human society from the perspective of the natural sciences; and contribute to the perpetual development of humanity.

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