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Toshio YANAGIDA; elected for the Honorary Fellow of the Physical Society of Japan



Toshio Yanagida

Depty Director / IFReC
PI / Single Molecule Imaging

The Physical Society of Japan (JPS) announced that Prof. Toshio Yanagida, Deputy Director of IFReC was elected for the Honorary Fellow of the Physical Society of Japan.

The 37 scientists who greatly contributed to the development of physics have been elected for the JPS Honorary Fellow. The first honoree in 1950 was Hantaro Nagaoka, a former President of Osaka University. The others include, Hideki Yukawa, Shinichiro Tomonaga, Makoto Kobayashi, Toshihide Masukawa, and Yoichiro Nambu (Nobel Prize laureates). In 2014, Yanagida was elected for the JPS Honorary Fellow by his outstanding achievements in the studies of fundamental structure of biological system through the developments of single molecular measurements techniques.

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