Environ mental science laboratory
Understanding and coexisting with the environment
Humans are dependent on the Earth’s environment, which consists of the planet itself and the diverse array of organisms that inhabit it. In recent years, this system has become rife with problems. Yet we must understand the system if we want to overcome these problems and find a way to coexist with the Earth. In collaboration with other institutions, our laboratory conducts environmental surveys and biological and chemical analyses to understand how substances circulate, as well as the biological and chemical reactions involved. We also seek to find applications for our research.
|Affiliation||Bioscience and Engineering - Bioscience Cource|
|Faculty Name||FUSE, Hiroyuki|
|Academic Society||Japan Society for Environmental Biotechnology|
Japanese Society of Microbial Ecology
The Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry
Biotechnology, Ecology, Earth science, Environmental pollution, Global warming, Environmental analyses, Oceans, Microorganisms|
- Life sciences
- Environmental science
- Applied chemistry
For SocietyKnowledge about the chemical reactions associated with the circulation of substances is key to understanding the environment. Currently we are trying to unravel the mechanism of and quantify methane decomposition in the ocean.
- Analyzing hydrocarbon metabolism of marine bacteria
- Research on methane oxidation in the ocean
- Research on sulfur compound conversion in the ocean