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Museum of Anthropology as the Research Unit

Museum of Anthropology, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, VNU is one of few teaching museums in Vietnam. Museum tries to make a contribution to science and society in the 21st century.  

The objectives of the museum can be summarized as follows:

  1. Collecting, classifying and preserving a large variety of natural and cultural objects;
  2. Making this material accessible for research and education;
  3. Publication of the materials, including databases;
  4. Organizing exhibitions of the collections
  5. Promoting of research related to the collections.

The University Museum the University of Tokyo is one of the leading university museums in Japan and as before, it tries to make a contribution to science and society in the 21st century. By means of making accessible its various collections, The University Museum shall continue to stimulate academic research. And of course, being a public institution, we strive to make this research available to the "wider public", so that society as a whole can benefit.

The University Museum is one of the so-called interfaculty facilities. Apart from research, the staff is engaged in graduate education, presentation of lectures, and providing all kind of information. We especially welcome graduate students to make use of the museum's many facilities. At the moment, the University Museum is examining the possibility of establishing a graduate school, aimed at producing high quality researchers in various disciplines. As indicated above, we believe that university museums should and can play important roles for both the scientific community and the wider public. This is mainly to be achieved by means of research, education and exhibition. We encourage everybody to make use of our facilities.

Department of Museum Informatics and Media Studies

preservation, control, uniform classification, registration, utilization of primary samples, and basic investigation on them,
2) development and investigation of the theory and technology to get information from primary samples,
3) making a data base for the primary samples and the construction of a network system to enable information exchanges,
4) allowing access to the public to obseve primary samples, giving support to education, investigation and research.

Pluralistic activities are developed by the Museum to take advatage of the primary samples which are significant, both in quality and quantity.
The Museum complements the investigation and education needs of graduate schools, faculties, centers and institues in conjunction Kyoto University.
Further more, the Museum provides the oppotunity for people to study and access the available facilities.





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