Research Group of Solid Material Chemistry Hiroshima University

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Presentation, Award & Media, Member are updated
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Papers, Member, Gallery are updated
Presentation, Award & Media and Member are updated
Ms. Tatiana SHERSTOBITOVA received “2019 Springer Student Special Presentation Award” at the 6th AWEST 2019
Tomoha HAYASE was won the 8th CSJ Chemistry Festa poster Award
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Mitsuhiro OGURA was selected for Hiroshima University Dean of Science Prize
Ayaka SERA was selected for Excellent Hiroshima University Student scholarship
Ayaka SERA was won the student awards for “The 14th Nano Bio Info Chemistry Symposium”
Masaki MURAKAMI was won the best poster presentation awards for “The 11th Japanese-Russian Workshop”
Katsuya ICHIHASHI was won the best poster presentation awards for “The 11th Annual meeting of Japan Society for Molecular Science”
Chisato KATO was won CSJ Chugoku/Shikoku unit manager Prize
Chisato KATO was selected for Excellent Student Scholarship (ESS)
Rio MARUYAMA was won the best poster presentation awards for “The 10th Annual meeting of Japan Society for Molecular Science”
“Progressive Transformation between Two Magnetic Ground States for One Crystal Structure of a Chiral Molecular Magnet” (L. Li, et al.) was selected for front page coverage of Inorganic Chemistry.
Han got a doctorate!
Li was awarded CSJ Chugoku/Shikoku unit manager Prize.
Welcome new lab member.
Dr. Kousaka was awarded Hamon President Choice.
Dr. Yusuke Kousaka joined our group. Welcome new lab member from China.
Xiao got a doctorate!
Opened the Award page.
Hiroshima University Core Research Project “Chiral Material Core Project” was selected and started.
Graduate crlemony Fy2014.
Welcome new lab member.
Opened the Access page.
Opened the English version webpage.
Opened pages “Grant aid for Scientific Research(S)”.
Project “Toward a New Class Magnetism by Chemically-controlled Chirality” was selected as Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(S).
Dr. Kseniya Maryunina joined our group.
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