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Alumini Reunion Party had been taken place at Shin-Yokohama on Mar. 2012.


Ms. Hoshino received The Excellent Master Thesis Award, Mar 2012.


Mr. Tanifuji received the Poster Award on the 61th Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry Symposium, Sep 2011.


Prof. Tatsumi received the Eugen and Ilse Seibold Prize 2011, May 2011.


The University of Münster decided to award Professor Tatsumi the Honorary Doctorate, May 2011.


Mr. Hashimoto received The Nagoya University Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Mar 2011.


Mr. Tanifuji received The Excellent Master Thesis Award, Mar 2011.


International Symposium on Chemistry of Reductases IV, January 20-21, 2011


Dr. Hatanaka received the Student Presentation Award in the 90th CSJ Spring Meetings, Mar 2010.


Alumini Reunion Party had been taken place at Osaka on Mar. 2010.


Mr. Nishigaki received the Poster Award in the 56th Symposium on Organometallic Chemistry, Japan Sep 2009.


Mr. Nishigaki received the Student Presentation Award in the 59th Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry Symposium, Sep 2009.


The 14th Japan-Korea Joint Symposium on Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry on October 9th-10th, 2009


Prof. Tatsumi was elected to vice president of IUPAC for 2010-2011.


Prof. Ohki received The Young Scientists' Prize, Apr 2009
(The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology)


Mr. Ohta received the Student Presentation Award in the 89th CSJ Spring Meetings, Mar 2009.


Mr. Yamada received The Excellent Master Thesis Award, Mar 2009.


Prof. Ohki received Chemical Society of Japan Award for Young Chemists, Mar 2009.


International Symposium on Chemistry of Reductases II
        January 15-16, 2009

Ms. Sakamoto received the Poster Award on the 58th Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry Symposium, Sep 2008.


International Symposium on Chemistry of Reductases
        March 11-12, 2008

Our research is supported by Grant-in-Aid for Creative Scientific Research
   "Organometallic and Cluster Chemistry in Metalloenzymes with Reducing Activities"

Prof. Tatsumi received the 58th Chemical Society of Japan Award for "Molecular Architecture of Transition Metal Chalcogenides and Its Development into Bioinorganic Chemistry."



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