Aiming for sustainable production and management of biological resources and environmental conservation
The Department of Agrobiology and Bioresources provides practical and educational research regarding the conservation of biological resources and sustainable food production as well as the development of useful technologies that improve local agriculture. Our research field covers a broad range of bioresources, from the molecular level to individual organisms, with a firm foundation in biology and chemistry. Our education focuses on acquiring theories and practical skills that are useful for analyzing mechanisms of animals, plants, insects, and microbes and developing applied technologies, and for sustainable production and management of food and other bioresources necessary for human life and environmental conservation. Through not only lectures but also field training and experiments, we train specialists who have analytical and information processing skills, and a broad range of knowledge and creativity in specialized fields.