FREE
Venue : Inside the Exhibition Halls (no pre-registration necessary.)
At Academic Forum, researchers of universities and nationai/public institutes
will present their latest reserach results through Oral Presentation and Poster Session.

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[NOTE]
*Both presentation and poster display are available only one of the following dates; Sep. 9 (Wed), Sep.10 (Thur), Sep.11 (Fri)
*Please note all sessions are conducted only in Japanese.
*Please visit Poster Session area to discuss about presentation.

Sep. 9 (Wed)
Moisturizing effect test of cosmetics using cut rice cake with the transferred stratum corneum

KINDAI UNIVERSITY
Dept. Biotechnological Science, Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology
Professor  Dr. Takahiro Suzuki

A novel evaluation method in which cosmetics are applied to mochi pieces to which the stratum corneum of the skin is transferred was investigated for the moisturizing effect of cosmetics.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 11:00 ~ 11:30     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-13   
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PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF HOP COMPONENTS

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KOCHI COLLEGE
EMERITUS PROFESSOR  Dr. HIROYASU TOBE

A hop component, humulone. has an anti-inflammatory activity, an anti-virus activity and an anti-angiogenesis activity through the inhibiting the function of nuclear transcription factor NF-kB.
Xanthohumol has also an anti-virus activity.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 11:00 ~ 11:30     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-6   
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Resisitant Starch Improves Gut Microbiota of Female University Students

BUNKYO UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Health and Nutrition
Dean  Dr. Seiichi Kasaoka

Sweet poteto increased fecalexcreation and butyrate excreatation in female univesrity students

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 12:20 ~ 12:50     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-1   
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Preparation of elastin obtained from fish aortic bulbs and its application

KINDAI UNIVERSITY
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology
Associate Professor  Dr. Ei Yamamoto

Elastin is a structural protein of soft tissues and is related to their mechanical properties. In this study, we investigated the effects of the external application of elastin on the maintenance or improvement of the tissue extensibility.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 13:40 ~ 14:10     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-11   
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The world microscopic structure of organisms such as human hair & skin spread by electron microscope

NAGOYA UNIVERSITY
HVEM Lab,Imass
Professor  Dr. Shigeo Arai

The high voltage electron microscope facility of Nagoya University supports the observation of the biolical sample using high-performance electron microscopes.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 14:20 ~ 14:50     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-2   
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Instantly eliminates itching and heals wounds, organic compound.

KANAZAWA UNIVERSITY
Noto Marine Laboratory
Prof. Emeritus  Dr. Masanori Somei

We have found an optimal organic compound for atopic dermatitis that instantly eliminates itching and cures wounds. It exists in the human body and is safe and applicable to all skin problems.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 15:00 ~ 15:30     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-3   
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Novel Method to Analyze Secretion and Processing of Type I Collagen with Live Imaging

TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Dep. of Life Sci. and Tech.
Assistant Professor  Dr. Toshiaki Tanaka

We successfully found some points, at which fluorescent tags can be added, in human preprocollagen type I alpha 1. The tagged collagen is assembled into multimer more than trimer and secreted, and then can be subjected to live cell imaging.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 15:00 ~ 15:30     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-12   
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Building a platform to provide some evidences for natural aromas and cosmetics

KYUSHU UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Agriculture
Associate Professor  Dr. Kuniyoshi Shimizu

Our research group aims to develop cosmetic materials for whitening and hair growth etc. with new functions by elucidating these mechanisms using chemical and biological approaches.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 15:40 ~ 16:10     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-9   
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Molecular mechanisms of epitherial barriar function by plant derived flavonoids

NAGOYA UNIVERSITY
Laboratory of Structural Molecular Pharmacology
Professor  Dr. Hidekazu Hiroaki

We are focusing on flavonoids as active ingredients for cosmetics and functional foods. Flavonoids have opposite functions, tight junction opening and tight junction closing. Their distinct molecular mechanisms will be discussed.

Presentation Sep. 9 (Wed) 15:40 ~ 16:10     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 9 (Wed) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-4   
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Sep. 10 (Thur)
New methods for the evaluation and visualization of the vesicle transport in melanocytes.

GIFU UNIVERSITY
Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science, Faculty of Engineering
Professor  Dr. Hiroshi Takemori

Using novel fluorescent compounds, we developed new methods to evaluate vesicle transport in melanocytes and identified several regulators of melanogenic factors. We introduce the fate of the melanogenic factors in melanogenesis.

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 11:00 ~ 11:30     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-5   
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Preparation of chitin nanofibers from crab shell and its properties

TOTTORI UNIVERSITY
Graduate School of Engineering
Professor  Dr. Shinsuke IFUKU

Chitin is the main component of crab shell. We have developed to prepare chitin nanofibers by mechanical disintegration process. Chitin nanofibers can disperse well in water and have a variety of properties.

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 11:40 ~ 12:10     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-4   
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3D complex silica glass for cosmetic container

KYUSHU UNIVERSITY
Global Innovation Center
Professor  Dr. Shigeru Fujino

Silica glass is an important material supporting cosmetics and medical fields. We developed a 3D printing method for manufacturing complex quartz glass used for cosmetic applications. we will also exhibit and introduce silica glass

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 12:20 ~ 12:50     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-9   
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Acupuncture , effective for improving skin and Slimming

JAM ASSOCIATION
Headquarters
Representative Director  Ms. kiyoko suga

Acupuncture, effective for improving skin and Slimming

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 13:40 ~ 14:10     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-8   
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Design of non-destructive method to determine microbial actvities in cosmetic products

TOKYO METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY
Graduate School, Faculty of System Design
Research Associate  Ms. Aki Hada

An analytical method quantitatively to detect the microbial growth activity in cosmetic products has been developed and tested with the preservative effect of parabens. The method was found to be successfully applicable to various cosmetic sciences.

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 13:40 ~ 14:10     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-1   
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Acupuncture , effective for improving pregnancy and Menstruation, the body of a female

JAM ASSOCIATION
TSUBOPRO UMEDA AND ESAKA Esaka Hospital
Director  Ms. Natsuki Yara

Acupuncture , effective for improving pregnancy and Menstruation, the body of a female

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 14:20 ~ 14:50     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-10   
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Cosmetics and microbe - Evaluation of antibacterial effect by non-destructive method

OSAKA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL
Laboratory of Advanced Cosmetic Science Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
researcher  Ms. Yuko Endo

We used non-destructive system to quantitatively evaluate (i) antibacterial effect of 1,2-alkanediol with different alkyl-carbon chain lengths, and (ii) microbial growth activity on nonwoven fabrics.

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 14:20 ~ 14:50     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-3   
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development of cosmetics using bamboo powder extract

THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO
The graduated univercity of aguricalture
Researcher  Mr. takashi sano

Already developed of all-in-one-crean and sucruv-washing-foam.
next subject is development of tooth-wash-foam and body-sucruv-rotion, requesting coravolater.

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 15:00 ~ 15:30     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-12   
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Anti-aging effect of "water chestnut" used by ninja

NISHIKYUSHU UNIVERSITY
Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences
Professor  Dr. Midori Yasuda

"Water chestnut" is a rare aquatic plant with sharp thorns, which was called "Makibishi" used by ninjas as weapons long time ago. In this forum, we will introduce the functions of water chestnut as a cosmetic material.

Presentation Sep. 10 (Thur) 15:40 ~ 16:10     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 10 (Thur) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-6   
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Sep. 11 (Fri)
Inclusion and release properties of glucan nanoparticles complexed with bioactive ingredients

KONAN UNIVERSITY
Department of Nanobiochemistry, Faculty of Frontiers of Innovative Research in Science and Technology
Professor  Dr. Kazuya KOUMOTO

We developed host-guest complexation of poorly water-soluble molecules with renatured beta-1,3-1,6-glucan nanoparticles. In this presentation , we introduced the functionality of food-, cosmetic- and pharmaceutical ingredients included.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 11:00 ~ 11:30     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-6   
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Crystallization technology for cosmetic raw materials (small molecule compounds)

OSAKA UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical, Electronic, Information and Communication Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering
Guest Professor  Dr. Hiroaki Adachi

Laser irradiation makes it possible to search for crystallization conditions more quickly and efficiently. Conversely, it can also be used to determine that crystallization does not occur.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 11:40 ~ 12:10     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-5   
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Practical Implementations of Aromachemistry

YAMAGUCHI UNIVERSITY
Graduate School of Sciences and Technology for Innovation
Professor  Dr. Yoshihiko Akakabe

The effects of aroma on humans were confirmed by measuring the physiological parameters. The smelling of aroma exhibited the stimulant or sediment effects. The aroma massage led to improve the blood circulation.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 12:20 ~ 12:50     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-8   
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Surface treatment of skin and powder with atmospheric temperature-controllable plasma

TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
FIRST
Associate Professor  Dr. Akitoshi Okino

Development of an atmospheric temperature-controllable plasma device, and surface treatment (improvement of hydrophilicity, dispersibility, etc.) of skin and powder by the plasma will be presented.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 13:40 ~ 14:10     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-2   
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Suppression of LPS-induced dermatitis by Mucin-like molecule

UNIVERSITY OF TSUKUBA
R & D Cener for Innovative Drug Discovery
Director and Professor  Dr. Akira Shibuya

Analysis of spontaneously atopic mice revealed that a specific mucin-like molecule suppresses LPS-induced dermatitis through the C-type lectin receptor Asgr1.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 13:40 ~ 14:10     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-7   
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The Plant Extract Library for Research and Development of Cosmetics

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF BIOMEDICAL INNOVATION, HEALTH AND NUTRITION
Research Center for Medicinal Plant Resources
Head  Dr. Hiroyuki Fuchino

We construct a large-scale plant extract library containing domestic wild plants and herbal medicines.
We will introduce practical examples about the library use for cosmetics R&D.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 14:20 ~ 14:50     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-11   
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A new frontier of genome analysis mediated by unsupervised learning

CHUO UNIVERSITY
Chuo University
Professor  Dr. Y-h. Taguchi

Conventional supervised machine learning is impossible without a large number of teacher data. To improve this point, we propose a method using unsupervised learning that does not require teacher data.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 15:00 ~ 15:30     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-9   
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Cosmetics development using advanced nanolithography technology

TOYAMA PREFECTURAL UNIVERSITY
Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering
Professor  Dr. SATOSHI TAKEI

Advanced nanolithography technology has great potential for future production of cosmetics developments. We present progress in the development of antibacterial biomimetic materials and fine needle sheets.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 15:00 ~ 15:30     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-4   
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Measuring method development of AGEs and research of antiglycation material

DOSHISHA UNIVERSITY
Glycative Stress Research Center, Faculty of Life and Medical Sciences
Professor  Dr. Masayuki Yagi

We optimized the measuring method of AGEs relevant to skin aging, and inspected healthy people's aging, and the relation of the amount of AGEs. And we developed the screening method of the material which prevents accumulation of AGEs.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 15:40 ~ 16:10     Venue: ACA-2 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-3   
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Characterization of CelluloseNanofiber Derived from Bamboo and the Potential as a Cosmetics Material

OITA UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Integrated Science and Technology, Division of Applied Chemistry
associate professor  Dr. Taro Kinumoto

Bamboo is a natural and sustainable plant. We have devoted to production of cellulose nanofiber using bamboo as the raw material. The character of our cellulose nanofiber and the potential as a base agent and an additive are presented.

Presentation Sep. 11 (Fri) 15:40 ~ 16:10     Venue: ACA-1 Poster Display Date/Time: Sep. 11 (Fri) 10:00 - 17:00    Booth No.: A-12   
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IBARAKI KOSEN
Electric and Electronic Course
Professor  Dr. Takashi Wakamatsu

 

KANSAI UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Environmental & Urban Engineering
Specially Appointed Professor  Dr. Satoru Nakashima

 

KYOTO UNIV.
Graduate School of Engineering
Associate Professor  Dr. aiichiro nagaki

 

KYUSHU UNIVERSITY
Faculty of Agriculture
Professor  Dr. Yoshinori Katakura

 

NAGOYA CITY UNIVERSITY
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Professor  Dr. Junpei Yamanaka

 

SAITAMA UNIVERSITY
Medical Innovation Research Unit (MiU), Advanced Institute of Innovative Technology (AIIT)
Professor  Dr. Koji Matsuoka

 

SHINSHU UNIVERSITY
Research Center of Colloid and Interface Science
Director  Dr. Toshio Sakai

 

TOKYO UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE
Faculty of Bioindustry, Department of Food, Aroma and Cosmetic Chemistry
Professor  Dr. Hiroaki Sato

 

UNIVERSITY OF FUKUI
Faculty of Medical Sciences
Assistant professor  Dr. Miku Aoki

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