Nobuhiko Nomula Lab

Introduction

Microbes have thrived on Earth since long before multicellular organism appeared. These microbes have evolved during the long history of Earth and have also greatly contributed in developing the current eco-systems.
The strategies that the microbes use to survive are fascinating and keep on attracting our curiosity. In our laboratory, we are interested in understanding the diversity and fundamental of life through the amazing life of microbes.

Topics

New■2010.6    Associate Prof. Masanori Toyofuku won the 1st Nomoto Award. Congratulations!
New■2020.4    Prof. Nobuhiko Nomura has been appointed as Research Supervisor of JST ACT-X Research Area

"Environments and Biotechnology".

■2020.3.25    Takamitsu Souma(M2) won the Meikeikai Award. Congratulations!
■2020.3.23    Tokunou Yoshihide (Ph.D.) won the Encouragement Award for Foundation for the Promotion of Engineering Research.
   Congratulations!
■2019.3    Associate Prof. Shigeyuki Betsuyaku won the 2020 PCP(Plant and Cell Physiology) Award. Congratulations!

JST ERATO Nomura Microbial Community Control Project

"JST ERATO Nomura Microbial Community Control Project" is Prof. Nomura's simaltaneous on-going project.
Please check the project website for more information!
JST ERATO Nomura Microbial Community Control Project

Microbiology Research Center for Sustainability: MiCS

The Microbiology Research Center for Sustainability (MiCS, Director: Prof.Naoki Takaya, Deputy Director: Prof.Nobuhiko Nomura) has established in October 2018 at University of Tsukuba. In order to contribute to all the microbial fields in Medical, Engineering, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, MiCS provides a strong network of faculty members and researchers. By promoting advanced researches on the control and the utilization of microbes deeply related to our global environment and all living things, MiCS aims to solve various global issues and to create a sustainable society.
Microbiology Research Center for Sustainability

Microbiology Research Center for Sustainability: MiCS

JST ACT-X Project

"JST ACT-X Project" is Prof. Nomura's on-going project.
Please check the project website for more information!
JST ACT-X Project