- Nuclear Physics Research
- Theoretical Physics Research
- Discovery of New Elements
- Cosmological Research
- Applied Research
Research activities at the Nishina Center
Research activities conducted at the Nishina Center are described here.
- Nuclear Physics Research Studying new nuclei using world-leading accelerators and exploring the mysteries of the universe and matter.
- Theoretical Physics Research Exploring the mysteries of the universe and matter by making full use of paper, pen, and supercomputers.
- Discovery of New Elements Discovery of the 113th element "Nihonium". First in Japan to discover a new atomic element.
- Research on the Nature of the Universe Aiming to completely elucidate the nucleousynthesis in the universe, in conjunction with accelerator-based research.
- Applied Research Conducting heavy-ion-beam breeding using accelerators. Several products are already for sale.