Science Communication

Science Communication

Peer-reviewed articles

Japanese

Ayumi Koso, Azusa Minamizaki and Euan McKay, “Global Research Promotion at the University of Tokyo: A Report on UTokyo Research” Japanese Journal of Science Communication 15 (2014). (髙祖歩美、南崎梓、マッカイ・ユアン「 東京大学における研究成果の国際広報:UTokyo Researchの活動報告」科学技術コミュニケーション15号 2014年). http://hdl.handle.net/2115/56438

Presentations/Training

Euan McKay, “Social Media and the University” Presentation, Department of Information Systems Seminar Series, 20 July 2017, University of Tokyo. (Japanese)

Euan McKay, “Introduction to Public Relations” Presentation, University Research Administrators training program, 14 June 2017, University of Tokyo. (Japanese)

Euan McKay, “The University of Tokyo’s global research promotion activities” Presentation, Third conference of the Research University Network of Japan, 29 May 2015, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC). (Japanese)

Euan McKay, “The University of Tokyo’s global research promotion activities” Panel discussion, International Science Communication Workshop 2015: Japan deserves more, 19–20 March 2015, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University. (Japanese)

Writing

Euan McKay and Ayumi Koso, “Connecting the past and the present: The Historiographical Institute,” Feature Story, UTokyo Research, 2013/10/31.

Azusa Minamizaki and Euan McKay, “The assassin with a tail: H. pylori’s CagA protein structure elucidated for the first time,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2013/01/07.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “Understanding epilepsy: Impact of infantile seizures on neural development,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/11/22.

Azusa Minamizaki and Euan McKay, “It’s there if you know where to listen: Spin orientation conserved through spin-orbit echo,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/10/10.

Azusa Minamizaki and Euan McKay, “Sometimes bigger is better than more: Liver regeneration is due to hepatocyte,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/08/29.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “Why biological clocks run on time: Mechanism discovered for temperature-independent circadian rhythm,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/08/15.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “Lost in domestication? Discovery of lectin-mediated immunity that impairs virus infection in plants,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/05/01.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “The importance of non-hub elements: Low-degree nodes crucial to dynamical robustness of complex networks,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/04/19.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “A mechanism for the March 11 earthquake: Slow-slip stress-loading of fault area may have primed the Great East Japan Earthquake,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/04/06.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “The first ferromagnetic metal-to-ferromagnetic insulator transition,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/03/22.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “The incredible detail of the brain: Micron-scale synaptic clusters underlie learning and memory,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/03/07.

Euan McKay and Azusa Minamizaki, “When watching too closely is a bad thing: Intermittent visual feedback can improve learning of rhythmic movements,” Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/02/21.

Translations

Azusa Minamizaki, “Dark Matter: The two greatest mysteries of the universe,” (trans. Euan McKay) Editor’s Choice, UTokyo Research, 2012/11/22.