“Research Highlight” on Nature Index(2021.12~2022.5)

The Nature Index, which tracks the affiliations of highest-quality scientific articles and presents research outputs by institution and country, introduces a scientific article by Kanazawa University researchers each month as a “Research Highlight.” The article is selected by the editorial team of Springer Nature.

The following papers were introduced each month

May 2022
・A research by the research group led by Assistant Professor Takashi Gakuhari from Institute for the Study of Ancient Civilizations and Cultural Resources and Visiting Researcher Shigeki Nakagome from Institute of Human and Social Sciences entitled ❝People of Japanese descent comprise three genetic groups❞

April 2022
・A research by the research group led by Professor Yasufumi Takahashi from Nano Life Science Institute entitled ❝Analysing a lithium battery in microcosm❞

March 2022
・A research by the research group led by Professor Noriko Gotoh  and Assistant Professor Yasuto Takeuchi from Cancer Research Institute identified❝The first step towards breast cancer identified❞.

February 2022
・A research by the research group led by Professor Yasufumi Takahashi from Nano Life Science Institute entitled ❝Mapping the electrochemical properties of single crystals❞.
・A research by the research group led by Professor Katsuhiro Maeda from Nano Life Science Institute  entitled ❝Imaging helices in polymer molecules❞.
・A research by the research group led by Assistant Professor Kenichi Umeda from Nano Life Science Institute  entitled ❝Making high-speed atomic force microscopy faster❞ is introduced.

December 2021
・A research by the research group led by Professor Hirohisa Ohmiya(at the time of the research) and Assistant Professor Kazunori Nagao from Faculty of Pharmacy,  Institute of Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences entitled ❝Transition-metal-free transformations❞

Please see the following page ❝People of Japanese descent comprise three genetic groups❞,❝Analysing a lithium battery in microcosm❞ ,❝The first step towards breast cancer identified❞,❝Mapping the electrochemical properties of single crystals❞  ,❝Imaging helices in polymer molecules❞,❝Making high-speed atomic force microscopy faster❞ and ❝Transition-metal-free transformations❞ for details.


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