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Presentation Skiil Up Seminar

The second year students took part in a presentation skill up seminar on Friday, October 16th.  We invited Mr Hideki MAruo from Ehime Prefectural Science Museum, Arts and Science Division.  It was for the students of the science course.  We asked him to talk about how to make a hypothesis and poster composition.  We also invited Ms. Azusa Iguchi from Ehime University, Faculty of Social Co-creation Department of Regional Resource Management.  It was for the students of the Humanities course.  We asked her to talk about how to organize research, utilize data and make appropriate slides.

Special Lecture

On Thursday, October 15th, the special lecture was held.  The lectureres were Mr. Osuga Kazuhito, president of TOYO-JIN, and prof. Orita Akihiro from Okayama University of Science.
Their topics were "Finding attractions of Saijo and how to make use of them" and "Development of drugs: Poison or Drug---What!? Is the medicine made from deadly poison?" respectively.

Yu-fa-zi

On Monday, October 12th, our 1st year students prepared for the presentation.  They are going to have the presentation meeting about Saijo's economy and international relationships.

Company Tour

On Thursday, October 8th, the students took part in a tour of the Ehime Prefectural Science Museum.  They were able to learn about the work and the role of the museum.  Also, they were able to deepen their understanding of the professions as a curator and motivate themselves to choose and realize their future carreer path.
Last year, we conducted a company tour, but the infectious disease has not subsided this year, so the host company was not available.  Therefore, we asked the Prefectural Science Museum for a tour.

Multi Science(Research Study)

On Wednesday, September 30th, the secondyear students of the nanoparticle group visited Niihama National College of Technology.  They had measurements using an X-ray diffractometer.  They could confirm that the powder produced by our school's constant temperature dryer is ferrite.  The group is researching magnetic nanoparticles that generate in an alternating magnetic field.