The Sato Group members (2016/11/4)
2017/04/21 The publication list has been updated.
2017/03/03 Yuki Higuchi (D3) has been introduced in Heterocycles, 94(1), 2017, 1.
2016/11/15 Yuki Higuchi (D3) has been focused in Spotlight Research of Chem-Station.
2016/10/30 Prof. Yoshihiro Sato attended the 11th International Conference on Cutting-Edge Organic Chemistry in Asia (ICCEOCA-11) and received Asian Core Program Lectureship Awards (China and Korea).
2016/10/30 Kenichi Michigami (D3) attended the 6th Junior International Conference on Cutting-Edge Organic Chemistry in Asia (6th Junior ICCEOCA) and received the Best Presentation Award. He gave his award lecture in the 11th International Conference on Cutting-Edge Organic Chemistry in Asia (ICCEOCA-11).
2016/10/28 Assistant Prof. Tsuyoshi Mita received Banyu Chemist Award 2016.
2016/10/28 Our paper was highlighted in Synfacts.
2016/10/07 Yuki Higuchi (D3) received Heterocycles Award (the Best Presentation Award) in the 46th Congress of Heterocyclic Chemistry.
2016/05/29 Takahisa Taniguchi (D3) received the Best Discussion Award in Organic Chemistry -the Next Generation-.
2016/04/11 Shuichi Masusaki (M1) received a Student Presentation Award in the 136th Annual Meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan.
2016/04/01 Dr. Ryohei Doi has been appointed as an assistant professor in our group.
2015/11/11 Our paper was selected as Inside Cover and Very Important Publication in Adv. Synth. Catal.
2015/06/24 Our paper was highlighted in Synfacts.
2015/05/16 Naoya Awaji (M1) received a Student Presentation Award in the 142th Regular Meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, Hokkaido Branch.
2015/04/25 Our paper was selected as Back Cover in Chem. Asian J.
2015/04/11 Yoshio Hato (D3) and Takahisa Taniguchi (D2) received Student Presentation Awards in the 135th Annual Meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan.
2015/04/01 Associate Prof. Nozomi Saito has moved to Meiji Pharmaceutical University as a Full Professor.
All motivated students who are interested in organometallic chemsitry/synthetic organic chemistry are welcome to join us. Please contact Prof. Sato by email.