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    Novel derivative of “love hormone” oxytocin improves cognitive impairment in Alzheimer’s

    Alzheimer's disease (AD), characterized by an accumulation of β-amyloid protein (Aβ) in brain tissue, is a leading cause of dementia. Researchers at Tokyo University...

    Perturbing the Bernoulli shift map in binary systems

    Researchers effectively tune the parameters of a perturbation method to preserve chaos in the Bernoulli shift map output The Bernoulli shift map is a well-known...

    Novel thin, flexible sensor characterises high-speed airflows on curved surfaces

    Inefficient fluid machinery used in the energy and transportation sector are responsible for greenhouse gas emissions and the resulting global warming. To improve efficiency,...

    Scalable, fully coupled quantum-inspired processor solves optimisation problems

    Annealing processors are more energy efficient and quicker at solving mathematical optimization problems than PCs. Researchers at Tokyo University of Science have now developed...

    New nanocomposite films boost heat dissipation in thin electronics

    Heat dissipation is essential for maintaining the performance of electronic devices. However, efficient heat dissipation is a major concern for thin-film electronics since conventional...

    Role of overconfidence, perceived ability in preferences for income equality

    Income inequality is at an all-time high worldwide. Now, researchers at the Tokyo University of Science have observed that overconfidence plays an important role...

    Getting rid of unwanted transformed cells: Possible new directions in cancer therapy

    Elimination of transformed cells that can initiate cancer is necessary to maintain tissue integrity. In a new study, scientists from Tokyo University of Science...

    Rates of unique names increase in Japan over 40 years from 1980s

    An analysis of baby names published in municipality newsletters between 1979 and 2018 by Assistant Professor Yuji Ogihara of Tokyo University of Science and...

    New magnesium superionic conductor towards lithium-free solid-state batteries

    As we move towards a more energy-efficient society, the need for high-capacity, cost-effective batteries is greater than ever. Magnesium is a promising material for...

    Mechanisms driving 1,2-Dichloropropane-induced cancer in printing industry

    Study finds that when exposed to 1,2-dichloropropane, cells show altered gene expression that induces cellular cascades promoting cancer 1,2-dichloropropane (1,2-DCP) is a solvent used in...

    Changes in protein structure, assembly with fluoride nanoparticles and coexisting ions

    Protein function and activity is determined by both their assembly and secondary structure. Abnormalities related to either protein aggregation or secondary structure can lead...

    Scientists uncover new therapeutic target for treating colorectal tumours

    Colorectal tumors are a common adverse effect of chronic inflammation of the intestine. In a new study, researchers from Japan and China demonstrate that...