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The Hidenori Watanave Laboratory at Tokyo Metropolitan University and Iwate Nippo Newspaper worked together to create a digital archive of those who lost their lives in the disaster, mapping their evacuation efforts from when the earthquake struck until the tsunami arrived. This project is entitled: We Shall Never Forget - Last Movements of Tsunami Disaster Victims.
Center for Open Data in the Humanities (CODH) is working on research and development for enhancing access to humanities data using the state-of-the-art technology in informatics and statistics, and at the same time constructing data platforms based on the idea of open science to promote trans-disciplinary participation of people with diverse backgrounds, thereby opening up new possibilities of research framework in digital humanities from data-driven perspectives.
This database provides information on science and technology grant projects awarded funds by JST. It allows for searching by topic or researcher/institution and includes grant project summaries and amount of funds awarded.