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We are pleased to announce that: Dr Misawa
Dr Nobuo MISAWA, Tenure Track Assistant Professor and his colleagues
have won the excellent technical paper award
at The 29th SENSOR SYMPOSIUM on Sensors, Micromachines
and Application Systems held by the IEEJ Sensors and Micromachine Society
as follows:

Name of the Award:
The excellent technical paper award at The 29th SENSOR SYMPOSIUM on Sensors,
Micromachines and Application Systems.

Title of the paper:
"Fabrication of a Fluidic Channel Integrated with Electrodes for
Cell-based Chemical Sensor"Nobuo MISAWA, Hyun jae LEE, kazuaki SAWADA,
Toyohashi University of Technology

Related URLs:

Symposia   http://www.sensorsymposium.org/29/outline_e.html
IEEJ Sensors and Micromachines Society   
http://www2.iee.or.jp/~smas/index.html
IEEJ   http://www.iee.or.jp/index-eng.html


Dr Misawa's research introduction   
http://www.tut.ac.jp/teach/main.php?mode=detail&article=680#english   
His research interests include, but are not limited to: BioMEMS.

Dr Ryugo TERO's work with his unit, colleagues has caught the attention of the world.

such as:

Science Daily

nanowerk

Dr Tero unit


Dr Naoko YOSHIDA's work has also caught the attention of the world.

nanowerk

Graphene-info

Yoshida Lab

and many many others.

Thank you for your attention!

An article of Dr Tsetserukou's research has been published on the Web again.

Dr Tsetserukou, Tenure Track Assistant Professor has been interviewed by Ms.Alyssa Danigelis of "Discover Channel" which is the largest cable TV channel network in the world.

 

We are pleased to announce that the interview has been published on their Web under the title of "Human Gets Immersed In Remote Robot's Actions" with her signature.

 

Further information is available at http://news.discovery.com/tech/telepresence-robot-navigoid-111228.html

entitled "Human Gets Immersed In Remote Robot's Actions".

 

robot.pngOur Member, Dr. Tsetserukou, Tenure Track Assistant Professor has been interviewed by New Scientist, a British Weekly Science Magazine the other day. We are pleased to announce that his interview has been uploaded their Web which title is "Body-sharing robot lets you experience another place".
The robot will be presented at SIGGRAPH ASIA 2011 from December 13-15 in Hong Kong.

Further details are available at http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/12/body-sharing-robot.html

You can watch movie of their robot on the Web.



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