Professor, Frontier Research Center Tokyo Institute of Technology Yokohama, Japan
, 67 (molecular cell biologist; citizenship: Japan).
S, Ikehara I, Motoi M, Ogawa K, Nagashima K, Yasui K.
T, Hatakoshi M, Kisida H, Matsuo N, Nakayama I, Itaya N.
By analyzing the stomach contents of the whales," Ohsumi
argues, "we have been finding that whales annually consume between 300 million and 500 million tons of fish resources.
Nakajima T, Ohsumi
H, Kuro M: Accuracy of continuous jugular bulb venous oximetry during cardiopulmonary bypass.
Kitaguchi K, Ohsumi
H, Kuro M, Nakajima T, Hayashi Y.
, a Japanese molecular cell biologist, received the Basic Sciences Prize in the field of Life Science; and Professor Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, an Indian literary critic and educator, was honored with the Arts and Philosophy Prize in the field of Thought and Ethics.
Sato A, Toyoshima M, Kondo A, Ohta K, Sato H, Ohsumi
A (1997) Pneumonitis induced by the herbal medicine Shosaiko-to in Japan.
, announced today, to harsh global criticism, that Japan plans to expand its whaling program in the North Pacific to include the killing of 50 endangered sei whales, 100 minke whales, 50 Bryde's, and 10 sperm whales.
(Japan), a molecular cell biologist who has done pioneering work in autophagy; and Professor Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (U.
, Director General of the Institute of Cetacean Research in Tokyo today criticized both New Zealand's conservation Minister, Sandra Lee, and a press statement from the US Government for their urging Japan to cease its whale research program in the Antarctic.