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Transdisciplinary approaches for planetary health at NU

We at Nagasaki University aim to coexist with the earth through our research and activities related to the global environment and ecosystems, with an emphasis on sustainability.
We believe it is necessary to educate people to have a planetary-health mindset in the pursuit of inquiry to mobilize questions and move toward the answers.
We hope to create new knowledge sources from a multi-perspective approach, drawing from the existing wisdom in the fields and domains working on planetary health.

NEW LOGO of NU for “Planetary Health”

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Logo concepts

◇Our history and wisdom meeting the challenges of a new era
    ⇒ Modern and stylish design based on tradition
 ・Figured initials P and H
 ・Representing two persons’ arms protecting and supporting the earth
 ・Expressing a smiling face: the two dots (persons’ heads) are eyes
 ・The beautiful earth: stained glass motif of a traditional Nagasaki craft
 ・The colors symbolize health and nature, combine individuality and tradition,
  and give a friendly impression

Message from the President

Issue 1 For Planetary Health, Nagasaki University (January 6, 2020)
Issue 2 What is Planetary Health? (January 7, 2020)
Issue 3 What can we do for Planetary Health? (January 8, 2020)
Issue 4 The stance of the university person (January 9, 2020)
Issue 5 The new year of creative communication (January 10, 2020)
Issue 6 What is the President’s theme? To all Deans and Directors (January 14, 2020)
Issue 7 Public relations by all (January 15, 2020)
Issue 8 Planetary Health (January 16, 2020)
Issue 9 Planetary Health (January 17, 2020)
Issue 10 Planetary Health (January 20, 2020)
Issue 11 To Nagasaki University people who act (February 17, 2020)
Issue 12 What is learning? (February 18, 2020)
Issue 13 Asking questions (February 19, 2020)
Issue 14 What should students learn? (February 22, 2020)
Issue 15 What is a university? (February 21, 2020)
Issue 16 Current situation and countermeasures against the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) (Wednesday, March 11
Issue 17 Nagasaki University’s social contribution to fight the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) (Thursday, March 12)
Issue 18 Nagasaki University's intake system for the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) (Friday, March 13)
Issue 19 Characteristics of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) (Monday, March 16)
Issue 20 Nagasaki University's response to the novel coronavirus (Tuesday, March 17)
Issue 21 Novel coronavirus, the possible end of the epidemic (Wednesday, March 18)
Issue 22 COVID-19 (Thursday, March 19)
Issue 23 COVID-19 : Public Health (Friday, April 24)
Issue 24 COVID-19 : Worldwide movement (Monday, April 27)
Issue 25 The future of COVID-19 (Tuesday, April 28)
Issue 26 Looking Back on a Turbulent May (Sunday, May 28)