Seven B4 students have been assigned to Harada Laboratory.
This year's students are very talented and we look forward to their future research lives.
A farewell party was held to celebrate the departure of 6 Master's students and 1 Undergraduate student who will be leaving Harada Laboratory this year.
There were many conversations with a very lively atmosphere. There were also farewell messages from the departing students and gifts given to them by the juniors.
Although we will miss the seniors very much from next year, we would like to carry the good traditions that they built up and continue to work even harder in our research activities.
We held a meeting to welcome Assistant Professor Keisuke Koyama from October, 2019.
Professor Koyama is a wonderful professor who has received awards from various academic societies.
The students hope to learn a lot from him and work even harder in their research activities.
We went to Tokushima, Kagawa and Okayama prefectures as a lab trip.
On the first day, we stopped by Sennenichi Sake Brewery on Awaji Island in the morning for a tour on the brewery and sake tasting. We also visited the Otsuka Museum of Art in Naruto in the afternoon.
On the second day, the group experienced making Sanuki Udon noodles at Nakano Udon School in the morning, followed by a walk in the Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter in the afternoon.
Last year's lab trip unfortunately coincided with a typhoon, but this year's trip was not affected by bad weather and we were able to enjoy the entire trip.
We hope to make next year's lab trip as enjoyable an event for all of us as this year's.
On July 8th and 9th, we held our summer midterm presentations, which were the first presentations for B4 students.
After the presentations on July 9th, we had a party and had a good time.
From tomorrow, B4 students will concentrate on studying for the graduate school entrance examination, while other students will continue their research activities.
A BBQ was held after the spring midterm presentations and as the second event to welcome new students.
We believe it was a great opportunity for B4 students to get to know their seniors better while gathering around the grills and enjoying a meal together.
A farewell and welcome party for the secretaries was held.
There a friendly atmosphere throughout the event, with lots of conversations here and there.
We held a welcome party for 1 international student, 7 B4 students, and one M1 student to celebrate them joining Harada Lab.
This year's new students are very experienced and we are looking forward to their future research life.
We are planning to have a BBQ as the second newcomer event in the next interim presentations.
A farewell party was held to celebrate the departure of 1 staff member, 1 PhD student, 9 Master's students, and 2 Undergraduate students who will be leaving Harada Lab this year.
The party was even more exciting than usual, with messages from all the seniors and gift-giving by the juniors.
Although we will miss our seniors very much, we would like to carry the atmosphere of this laboratory that the seniors have created for us.
We went to Tottori and Hyogo prefectures on a lab trip.
On the first day, we enjoyed sightseeing in the morning and visited the Sand Museum in Tottori Sand Dunes in the afternoon. The sand scenery and sand sculptures on display were breathtaking. In the evening, we visited Kinosaki Onsen and refreshed ourselves physically and mentally.
We hope to make next year's laboratory trip an enjoyable event for all.
The summer midterm presentations (a meeting where each student reports on their new research proposal and research progress) were held.
Many of the international students and B4 students who were presenting their research for the first time at this meeting, presented interesting research topics, and the presentations by the graduate students, showed their current progress. After the presentations, we had a party.
From tomorrow, B4 students will concentrate on studying for the graduate school exam, while other students will continue to engage in fulfilling research activities.
We held a welcome party for 1 international student, 7 B4 students and 1 M1 student who skipped a grade to join Hadara Lab.
We have many excellent B4 students, and we are looking forward to their future life in our lab.
We are planning to hold a BBQ party as the second welcome party.
Harada Laboratory held a farewell party to celebrate this year's graduating seniors.
The seniors graduating this year are the last students of the former Nishida Lab, and I have the impression that they are very close to each other because of the small number of students.
Although they will graduate at the end of this month, please stop by our laboratory anytime.
I wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
We went to Wakayama prefecture for our lab trip.
We enjoyed sightseeing in the morning and went to Adventure World in the afternoon. We were able to touch pandas, penguins and other cute animals.
Unfortunately, the second day was cloudy, but we enjoyed Gomisan Sky Tower and Koyasan (Mt. Koya) to the fullest. Finally, we went to a hot spring and returned home refreshed in mind and body.
We hope to make next year's laboratory trip an enjoyable event for all without being hit by a typhoon.
This year, we held a BBQ to encourage students who are planning to take the entrance examination for graduate school next month.
As the name suggests, this BBQ is an event to support students (Harada Lab.) who are planning to take the entrance examination for the graduate school next month. Specifically, the students who do not need to study for the entrance examinations do all the preparation and cleanup work, and the students enjoy the BBQ purely to relieve their daily fatigue from studying and to relax. This year, too, the students seemed to enjoy the BBQ without worrying about their studies.
The time until the graduate school entrance examination is now less than a month away. All 4th year students and international students who are planning to take the entrance examinations should start fresh tomorrow and study hard. We hope that all of you will pass the entrance examination again this year.
We held a welcome party for 5 international students and 7 B4 students who joined the Harada Lab.
The international students are from China, Egypt, and Colombia, and many of them are excellent students in B4.
We are looking forward to their future life in our laboratory.
We are planning to have a BBQ as the second welcome party in the next meeting.
We went to Awaji Island to go clam digging with students and their families.
We enjoyed the annual event in March and had a party in the evening.
Look forward to next year's event.
A farewell party was held to celebrate the 7 graduating students (6 Masters and 1 Bachelor).
Both the first and the second party were held in a friendly atmosphere, which is typical of Harada Lab.
All the juniors are relieved to see the graduates enjoying themselves.
It is very sad for the newly started Harada Laboratory that seven students graduated, but it is also sad to take over the good traditions from the former Nishida Lab.
However, we would like to carry on the good traditions from the former Nishida Lab. and make our laboratory even better.