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    Wearable electronics powered by human sweat

    A group of scientists from Japan has successfully developed and tested a wearable biofuel cell array that generates electric power from the lactate in...

    Novel “Hydrogel” Carriers for Anti-Cancer Drugs Offer New Hope for Cancer Treatment

    Hydrogels are often used as drug delivery systems, but to be effective carriers for anti-cancer drugs, they need to be responsive to varied stimuli...

    Betting on drones as smart agricultural tools for pesticide use in farms

    Drones could soon be adopted as essential tools for various agricultural tasks; however, with respect to their use in farm management, research is still...

    A new algae-based switch is lighting up biological research

    A group of scientists from the Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, have discovered a novel ion channel protein that can be controlled by light,...

    Using a menthol-like compound to activate plant immune mechanisms

    Certain chemicals can activate the innate defence mechanisms of plants, and researchers at the Tokyo University of Science are working on ways to use...

    Asymmetric synthesis of Aziridine with a new catalyst can help develop novel medicines

    Aziridine structures are an important component of several medicines and pharmaceutical drugs, due to which reactions yielding desirable aziridine structures with high purity have...

    Down to the Bone: Understanding how bone-dissolving cells are generated

    A new study by Tokyo University of Science (TUS) researchers explains the role of a certain protein in the generation of cells critical to...

    Etching the Road to a Hydrogen Economy Using Plasma Jets

    Scientists at Tokyo University of Science improve light-driven water-splitting to produce hydrogen by etching the reaction catalyst with plasma jets in solution. Hydrogen is a...

    Modern Problems, Primitive Solutions: A Glimpse into Archaic Protein Synthesis Systems

    Tokyo University of Science researchers show, for the first time, how protein synthesis in an ancient organism could have inspired the molecular tools used...

    UiTM and JAIST Sign a Joint Declaration on United Nation’s SDGs

    A Joint Declaration, between Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) and Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) was made during an international workshop on...

    Scientists from Japan Uncover How a Molecular “Alarm” System in Plants Protects Them from Predators

    Some plants, like soybean, are known to possess innate defense machinery that helps them develop resistance against insects trying to feed on them. However,...

    TUS Scientists Develop a New Method to Track Plastic Emissions from Land to Sea

    Scientists from the Tokyo University of Science (TUS) in Japan have come up with a new method to track plastic emissions from inland areas...