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    New treatment for inflammatory bowel disease

    In a recent study published in Frontiers in Immunology, Prof. Chiharu Nishiyama, Kazuki Nagata, and Ayumi Okuzumi from the Tokyo University of Science and...

    Hidden in the Seeds: Bacteria found to survive the harsh interior of Passion Fruit seeds

    For the first time ever, a research group consisting of Dr. Toshiki Furuya, Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Biological Science, Tokyo University...

    “Second-Hand” psychological stress can lead to depression in mice, finds study

    In a pioneering study, scientists from Japan established that psychological stress can negatively affect neurogenesis and cause depression in a mouse model. Recent research has...

    Scientists unravel the mysteries of irreversibility in electrochromic thin films

    Scientists from Japan have quantitatively evaluated ion-trapping-induced degradation in lithium intercalated tungsten oxide films In a recent study published in Applied Surface Science (made available...

    Self-powered diaper sensors that monitor urine sugar levels

    Monitoring urine sugar levels is important during the early stages of diabetes, and diaper sensors represent an attractive solution. In a recent study published...

    Is mimamoru, Japan’s hands-off approach in disciplining schoolchildren, worth a try?

    A study examining Japanese schools’ hands-off approach when children fight showed it could create opportunities for autonomy and encourage ownership of solutions, suggesting a...

    Researchers determine the mechanisms of ion diffusion in phosphate glass 

    Phosphate glasses are expected to have applications in a variety of fields. To improve their functionality, it is necessary to determine the association between...

    Researchers design high-activity catalysts from gold nanoclusters

    Precise metal nanoclusters (NCs) are ideal for developing practical catalysts for chemical reactions. However, their catalytic activity is reduced either due to protective molecules...

    Exploring human-body communications with binaural hearing aids

    Wearable technology seems all poised to take over next-generation electronics, yet most wireless communication techniques are not up to the task. To tackle this...

    Difficulties in reading recent Japanese names

    Assistant Professor Yuji Ogihara from the Tokyo University of Science analyzed approximately 8,000 names of infants born between 2004 and 2018 obtained from the...

    Finding the cause of a fatal problem in rocket engine combustors

    A vital piece of gas engines, combustors—the chambers in which the combustion powering the engine occurs—have the problem of breaking down due to fatal...

    Unlocking ffficient light-energy conversion with stable coordination nanosheets

    Two-dimensional “nanosheets” made of bonds between metal atoms and organic molecules are attractive candidates for photoelectric conversion, but get corroded easily. In a new...