Tohoku University is renowned for its achievements in technological innovation and for the practical application of these technologies to the advancement of society. Inventions born at Tohoku University include the KS and NKS steels, the Yagi-Uda antenna, fibre optics, and perpendicular magnetic recording.
Before stepping down on March 31, former president Susumu Satomi shared some of his favourite memories of his time at the university.
AIMR Director Motoko Kotani, talks about using mathematics as the common language bridging the different disciplines within materials science.
By specifically targeting tumor-positive lymph nodes, Tohoku University scientists were able to improve the efficacy of a powerful immunotherapy.
They discovered how zinc transporter complexes regulate zinc ion concentrations in different areas of the Golgi apparatus and revealed that this mechanism finely tunes the chaperone protein ERp44.
Tohoku University researchers have applied their femtosecond laser technique to ultra-thin atomic layers of graphene, resulting in multi-point hole drilling without damaging the graphene film
The breakthrough was made thanks to the development of a copper sulfide nanoparticle/carbon composite cathode and a hydride-based electrolyte.
Tohoku University has 1,763 Research fellows from overseas, 12 Inter-Department Institutes for Education and 11 University Collaborating Institutions.
A new institution which is open to researchers around the world, where people from diverse disciplines can gather, learn and create.
Utilizing Tohoku University's research results and resources in various industries.
This site provides you with information on academic research staff at Tohoku University.