Jul 19-20, 2015

We went to the laboratory travel!

labo travel
 
Kitashirakawa, Oiwake-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto-fu, 606-8502,Japan
Solid State Chemistry Lab, Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
Floor 5, Faculty of Science Bldg. No.6, Yoshida North Campus
075-753-4035 (Kitagawa, secretary)
075-753-4036 (Maesato, Kobayashi,Otsubo, Kusada)
075-753-4037 (students)
mail:kitagawa(a)kuchem.kyoto-u.ac.jp
2016 Updates
5/13 Publications Updated
5/12 Publications Updated
4/26 Members Updated
4/24 Publications Updated

Pacifichem2015
Student Poster Competition Award
Ryo Nakayama (D1)

The 9th Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Molecular Science
Best Presentation Award
Ryo Nakayama (D1)

The 65th Conference of Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry
Student Presentation Award
Tomoyuki Haraguchi (D3)

The 13th Annual Meeting of the Society of Nano Science and Technology
Young Best Presentation Award
Takayuki Yamamoto (D2)

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
5th Ikushi Prize
Li Guangqin (Post Doctoral Fellow)

Inoue Science Foundation
31st Inoue Research Award for Young Scientists
Kohei Kusada (Specific Assistant Professor)


Exploration! Kyoto university
Invention from Kyoto University                                 
Exploration_Kyoto_Univ


Chemistry World
ZIF-8 disrupts ionic liquid deep freeze                                 
Chemistry World


(Click on the image below to access YouTube)Science News 2014
                                
Science News2014


(Click on the image below to access Diamond online)Element Strategy
                                
Diamond online


(Click on the image below to access YouTube) SPring-8 Lecture (in Japanese)
"Can Palladium be made artificially?"                                 
Youtube


(Click on the image below to access YouTube) SPring-8 Interview (in Japanese)
"Safe and secure all-solid-state battery, which nanotechnology enables"
Youtube


NHK Kyoto interview (in Japanese)
"Metal development with the nature of the rare metals"

nano-interface technology