Tamagawa University Research Institute

Coordinated, continuing research activities are currently being conducted at six research centers and at one education center focused on specific fields within agricultural sciences, engineering, and humanities. In addition, individual researchers pursue and address their own research topics.

Tamagawa University Research Institute, K-16 Education Research Center, Honeybee Science Research Center ,Biosystems & Biofunctions Research Center, Mycology & Metabolic Diversity Research Center, Humanities Research Center, Center for Tamagawa Adventure Program, Office of Research Coordination, Office of Intellectual Property

By promoting research activities in the Institute itself and through joint research and exchanges with domestic and international organizations, the Research Institute aims to make a broad contribution to the development and improvement of science and culture with specialized, interdisciplinary, and integrated research activities that span all fields.

The Center of Excellence (COE) project has been supported by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) since 2002 (see the Brain Science Research Center).
The Genetic Analysis and Brain Activity Imaging Laboratory (GBI) building has been operating since 2004.