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    Invasive weed may help treat some human diseases, researchers find

    Native to the southeastern United States, a weedy grass has spread northward to Canada and also made its way to Australia and Japan. Andropogon...

    ‘Off switch’ During Error-Prone Cell Cycle Phase May Fix CRISPR’s Unwanted Changes Problem

    Scientists developed a promising fix to CRISPR-Cas9’s problem with unwanted genetic changes using a method that allows them to turn off gene-editing until it...

    Offspring of Mice Fed Imbalanced Diets Shown to be Neurologically Programed for Obesity

    Pregnant mice fed a diet high in omega-6 fats and low in omega-3 fats produce offspring that go on to exhibit “hedonic”—pleasurable but excessive—levels...

    Hiroshima University Humanities Professor Gets JICA President Award

    A professor from Hiroshima University’s Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences was among the recipients of this year’s JICA President Award. Professor Takuya Baba...

    Researchers from Hiroshima University Explore Strategies to Reduce Emissions from the Transport Industry

    While electric vehicles alone may not reduce carbon emissions, a new study reveals that when electric vehicles are powered with renewable energy and coupled...

    [Research] Geometry of a common skin disease

    In a recent study from Hiroshima University, researchers turned to mathematics to predict hive patterns in humans. Hives afflict 1 in 5 people, but the...

    Can we peek at Schrödinger’s cat without disturbing it?

    Researchers describe a way of measuring a quantum system while keeping its superposition intact Quantum physics is difficult and explaining it even more so. Associate...

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