As of April 2018, in response to the reorganization of the Graduate School of Science and Technology, the 4 divisions and 36 fields of study in the Graduate School of Science Research have been reformed to have 31 fields of study across 5 divisions: Natural Science, Materials Science and Chemistry, Industrial Fundamentals, Informatics and Energy and Social Infrastructure and Environment.

These five departments seek to engage in innovative natural science research that contributes to the advancement of a vital and healthy society that exists in harmony with the natural world, as well as the creation of a center of academic research equipped with advanced technology with practical applications. Our science and engineering faculties collaborate to engage in internationally competitive academic research that is both novel and innovative, meets the needs of society, advances the general application of science technology and developing new tools in the field, and otherwise finds ways to set our efforts apart from those of other graduate schools.

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