Rikkyo University contributes to enhancing the level of academic research and delivering its findings back to stakeholders within and outside of the University through active engagement in research—the social mission of universities—and by working to energize the quality and quantity of day-to-day research activities.
Successful fluorescence XAFS analysis using a superconducting transition-edge sensor (TES) - Paving the way for applications to ultramicroanalysis and emission spectroscopy -
Cutting and repairing damaged DNA
Understanding the DNA repair mechanism in plant mitochondria and chloroplasts
Study discovers role of amino acid metabolism in promotion of plant formation