Dodbiba Research Group

Laboratory for Materials Processing, Recovery, and Recycling

Novel technologies are required for sustainable materials processing to cope with the depletion of natural resources and environmental challenges. In an attempt to design a more sustainable future, Dodbiba Research Group (DRG) is committed to finding innovative engineering solutions and developing materials or technologies. Our group identifies problems and works to solve them by pushing the boundaries of the current knowledge and expertise.

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Dodbiba Research Group, Laboratory for Materials Processing, Recovery, and Recycling,
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Dodbiba Research Group, UTokyo
… with our #graduate after Autumn #commencement Ceremony (September 2022) … Congrats to Diana L. Gomez Sanchez! #卒業おめでとうございます!🎓🎉👏 See MoreSee Less
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Dodbiba Research Group, UTokyo
… with new graduates after Spring Commencement 2021 (March 2022) … Congrats to Tatsuhiko Nagaya, and Tatsuya Shiozuka! 卒業おめでとうございます! See MoreSee Less
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Arsenic (III) oxidation and removal from artificial mine wastewater by… https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214714422002240

Selective adsorption and recovery of scandium from red mud leachate by… https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1383586622006001

Tracking the collaborative networks of five leading science nations https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-00571-z

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