Drs. Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, and Shuji Nakamura
win the Nobel Prize in Physics 2014.

I would like to wholeheartedly congratulate Dr. Isamu Akasaki, Professor at Meijo University, Professor Emeritus at Nagoya University, Dr. Hiroshi Amano, Professor at Nagoya University, and Dr. Shuji Nakamura, Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics 2014...
Dr. Isamu Akasaki
Dr. Akasaki
Dr. Hiroshi Amano
Dr. Amano
Dr. Shuji Nakamura
Dr. Nakamura

JST provided support for Dr. Akasakiís research from 1987 to 1990 and another from 1993 to 2000 in its Contract Development program and Dr. Nakamuraís research from 2001 to 2006 in its ERATO program. JST also supported Dr. Amanoís research from 1993 to 2000 and another from 2007 to 2010 in its Contract Development program, and it has continued to support his most recent research in its Super Cluster program since 2013.

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11/27/2014
Out of danger: a neural basis for avoiding threats External Link
11/21/2014
JST and University of Tokyo proposed a Āgpay as you saveĀh scheme for drastic deployment of energy efficiency measures within the household sector ~Policy Design for Energy Efficiency Improvement within Daily Life~ Summary
11/19/2014
First Observation of Electronic Structure in Ag-Rh Alloy Nanoparticles Having Hydrogen Absorbing/Storage Property External Link
11/19/2014
Novel micro-device to form asymmetric bio-membranes in a high-throughput manner - Toward medical and pharmacological applications - Summary
11/19/2014
Images of a nearly invisible mouse External Link
11/19/2014
Rectifying property dictates aggregating response in cellular slime mold External Link
10/30/2014
JST to fund 1 project on “Sustainable Water Use” for the Japanese-Canadian Research Cooperative Program, within the framework of the Strategic International Collaborative Research Program (SICORP)
10/27/2014
Immobilization of Gas-Phase-Synthesized Silicon Cage Nanocluster onto Conductive Surface Summary
10/15/2014
e-ASIA Joint Research Program (e-ASIA JRP) Japan-Thai-Philippines Joint Research Project in the field of Functional Materials
10/07/2014
Development of an autostereoscopic display that can project 3D contents in to mid-air Summary
10/06/2014
JST to fund 4 Projects in CONCERT-JAPAN within the framework of the Strategic International Collaborative Research Program (SICORP)
10/01/2014
Resetting human conventional pluripotent stem cells to the earliest human stem cells Summary
09/30/2014
JST to fund Four New Japan-Germany Research Exchange Projects within "FY2014 Strategic International Research Cooperative Program (SICP)"
09/22/2014
International Symposium on Risk Communication -How can we communicate risk and how can we confront risk in society-
09/19/2014
Macrophage-inducible C-type lectin underlies obesity-induced adipose tissue fibrosis Summary
08/28/2014
Calcium dynamics during fertilization was caught in the deep tissue -Study on flowering plant fertilization moves forward- Summary
08/25/2014
Reconstruction of molecular network from cellular big data External Link
08/25/2014
Chemical vapor detection using insect olfactory receptor complex External Link
08/25/2014
Molecular mechanisms for regulating lymphocyte adhesion and migration Summary
08/21/2014
SAKURA Exchange Program in Science selects the second exchange proposals
08/12/2014
Elephants have twice as many olfactory receptor genes as dogs - Genome comparison reveals mammalian diversity External Link
08/06/2014
Successful development of dielectric film deposition technique for the next generation power devices -toward high energy efficiency devices by decreasing the defects at SiC/dielectric interface- Summary
08/05/2014
Differences in children's brain activations between learning from live and TV Summary
08/04/2014
Optimum domestic wastewater treatment devised for the atolls and islands of Tuvalu: Making use of tides and sulfates in seawater achieves a low cost system Summary
07/25/2014
Novel platform to detect the membrane transport activity at single molecule level- Detection sensitivity is enhanced up to 6 orders of magnitude over conventional approaches - Summary
07/24/2014
Genetic and lipidomic approach uncovers cardioprotective mechanism by omega-3 fatty acid Summary

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