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Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences

[2017年3月1日]

Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences

Division of Applied Life Sciences【Master’s and Doctoral Courses】

The Division of Applied Life Sciences, engaging in various issues of life sciences that humanity confronts, offers high-quality teaching and various opportunities for researches aimed at conserving global environments and developing new technologies to improve humanity’s welfare. This course conducts researches by utilizing the knowledge and technology from a vast array of scientific fields such as Materials and Life Science that handles materials which are related to life and environments at the molecular level; the field of science which elucidates and applies the function of animals, plants, and microorganisms; the science of food production that serves as the basis of our diet; and the science of foods and physical activity with a focus on humans. We intend to train experts who can take on the role of leadership in these fields through this course.

Subject Group and Laboratory
 Subject GroupLaboratory 
 

Plant

Production

Technoscience
•Plant Breeding Laboratory

•Vegetable and Ornamental Plant Science

•Pomology

•Cell and Genome Biology

•Plant Resource Science

•Agricultural Economics

•Applied Entomology
 Food

Sciences and

Nutritional

Health

•Nutrition Science

•Food Science

•Food Hygiene and Environmental Health

•Dietary Science

•Health Science
 Plant

Molecular

Biology
•Biogenetics

•Phytopathology

•Plant Molecular Biology

•Plant Genome Information Science
 Animal

Biology
•Molecular nutrition

•Animal Science

•Animal Hygienics
 Materials

and

Life Sciences
•Molecular Nanosystems

•Synthetic Chemistry of Functional Molecules

•Soil Chemistry

•Biophysical Chemistry

•Cellular Macromolecule Chemistry

•Biological Chemistry

•Applied Microbiology

•Material Design Science

•Environmental Measurement Science

Division of Environmental Sciences

【Master’s and Doctoral Courses】

    From our daily living environment to natureÅfs ecosystem, the aims of the Division of Environmental Sciences is to conserve the totality of environment that is organically interrelated and to contribute to the development of a sustainable society. That is why we offer opportunities for research in relation to the following fields: Forest Science with regard to forest ecosystems, prevention of disasters in mountainous regions, and wood-based resources; Living Environment Science in relation to architecture, housing, living design and landscape; Applied Mathematics and Information Environment Science in relation to mathematics and informatics used as their applications in the models and simulation technologies which are very useful for solving issues of environmental science. The course offers classes that are common to all fields and we aim to train students who have broad perspectives and applicative skills.

Subject Group and Laboratory
  Subject Group and LaboratoryLaboratory 
 Forest Science•Forest Ecology and Physiology

•Forest Vegetation Dynamics

•Forest Planning

•Erosion Control Engineering

•Watershed Information Science

•Forest Resources Circulatory System

•Physical Properties of Biomaterials

•Chemistry for Forest Bio-resources
 Living Environment Science

•Housing and Environmental Design

•Historical Studies of Living Environment and Housing Design

•Architectural, Housing, Interior Planning and Design Studies

•Environmental Engineering and Housing Equipment

•Building Structures & Materials and Production

•Lifestyle Design Studies

•Landscape, Urban Design Studies

 Applied Mathematics and Information Environment Science•Environmental Information System Studies

•Environmental Applied Mathematics
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