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Articles by Eiichiro Ochiai

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Eiichiro Ochiai was born in Japan, and educated up to the PhD in Japan. He taught and conducted research in chemistry at college/universities in Japan, the United States, Canada and Sweden. Publications include “Bioinorganic Chemistry, an Introduction” (Allyn and Bacon, 1977), “Bioinorganic Chemistry, a Survey” (Elsevier, 2008), “Chemicals for Life and Living” (Springer Verlag, 2011), and “A Sustainable Human Civilization Beyond ‘Occupy’ Movements” (Kindle, 2011). His recent publications in Japanese include Hōshanō to jintai (Radioactivity and human beings; Blue Backs, 2014); Hōshanō wa jinrui o horobosu (Radioactivity will destroy humanity, Ryokufū Shuppan, 2016).