22 May 1924|
Kyoto Prefecture, Japan
|Died||5 June 2018(aged 94)|
|Awards||Order of Culture of Japan|
Yoshiaki Arata (荒田 吉明 Arata Yoshiaki, 22 May 1924 – 5 June 2018) was a Japanese physicist. Arata was one of the pioneering researchers into nuclear fusion in Japan and a former professor at Osaka University. He is reported to be a strong nationalist, speaking only Japanese in public. He received the Order of Culture in 2006.
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- "La rivincita del Samurai" (in Italian). Il Sole 24 Ore. 22 May 2008.
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- Arata receives award from Emperor of Japan
- "Cold fusion success in Japan gets warm reception in India". Thaindian News. 2008-05-27.
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