Back issues of quarterly journal 'Biohistory'

We publish quarterly journal“Biohistory” since 1993.

2002 Biohistory’s Annual Theme [What is man?]
Vol.33 Summer-Vol.36 Spring

Vol.36 Spring

Vol.36:Index

Talk
Explore the human inside with psychiatry
Kazushige Shingu/Kyoto University×Keiko Nakamura
Essay
Classifications turned into a narrative- Modern man - become Homer!
Masayuki Yoshida/University of Library and Information Science
research01
The reconstruction of mind science
Haruo Kashima/Keio University School of Medicine
Research02
The regeneration of the philosophy of science
Satoshi Kato/Jichi Medical School Department of Medicine
Scientist Library
The mechanism of reproduction in mammals
Ryuzo Yanagimachi

Vol.35 Winter

Vol.35:Index

Talk
A new wave of human science - Ecological Psychology
Masato Sasak/Tokyo Universityi×Keiko Nakamura
Essay
Darwin’s earthworm research and affordance
Naoya Hosoda
research01
Humanoid Science- How can we find out a new understanding of human intelligence?
Minoru Asada/Osaka University
Research02
Dialogue between the bat and environment– With ultra sonic wave
Sumiko Matsuura/Yamaguchi University
Scientist Library
The mechanism of immunity and allergy
Kimishige Ishizaka/La Jolla Institute for Allergy and. Immunology

Vol.34 Autumn

Vol.34:Index

Talk
Is the human brain special?
Kenichiro Mogi/Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Inci×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The structure and function of the brain-Does a slime fungus have intelligence?
Tsutomu Nakata/Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University
Research02
The structure and function of the brain-Requirements of humans: brain, language and music
Tetsuo Ueda/Brain Research Institute, Niigata University
Scientist Library
From research of virus to discovery of the oncogene
Hidesaburo Hanafusa/Osaka Bioscience Institute

Vol.33 Summer

Vol.33:Index

Talk
Humans from the viewpoint of information
Jun-ichi Tsujii/Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, University of Tokyo×Keiko Nakamura
research01
The similarity between language and genomes
Masaaki Nagata/NTT Cyber Space Laboratories
Research02
To find out a kind of law hidden in genome sequence
Kiyoshi Asai/Computational Biology Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Scientist Library
The apotosis of cancer cells by substance from butterfly larvae
Takashi Sugimura/President Emeritus, National Cancer Center

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