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    Green-to-Red Transformation of Euglena gracilis Using Bonito Stock and Intense Red Light

    Euglena gracilis, often regarded as a “superfood,” is a promising microalga with many health and nutritional benefits. In a recent study, researchers from Japan...

    Rose essential oil: A safe pesticide for organic agriculture

    Researchers find that rose essential oil activates tomato defense genes and attracts herbivore predators that protect the plants. Following injury, plants release terpenoids to enhance...

    Flexible Artificial Intelligence Optoelectronic Sensors Towards Health Monitoring

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is known for its high energy consumption, especially in data-intensive tasks like health monitoring. To address this, researchers at Tokyo University...

    Uncovering Anxiety: Scientists Identify Causative Pathway and Potential Cures

    Quick-acting targeted therapies with minimal side effects are an urgent need for the treatment of anxiety-related disorders. While delta opioid receptor (DOP) agonists have...

    Scientists Achieve First Total Synthesis of Potentially Anti-Rheumatic Sesquiterpene Merillianin

    Merrillianin is a naturally occurring compound found in Chinese herbal medicine. In a significant milestone for drug development, researchers have succeeded in its artificial...

    New Horizons in Chemical Biology: A Novel Approach to Synthesize Dibenzothiophene S-Oxides

    Dibenzothiophene S-oxides are important in various biochemical processes. However, their synthesis using conventional methods is not easy. Researchers from Tokyo University of Science have...

    Manipulating Polyamines to Enhance Antibody Efficacy: A Novel Approach in Biotechnology

    Consistent manufacturing and production of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) is critical, and their functional profiles depend on cell culture conditions. Now, researchers from Japan have...

    New Theoretical Framework Unlocks Mysteries of Synchronization in Turbulent Dynamics

    Data Assimilation (DA) is an important mathematical method for predicting turbulent flows for weather forecasting. However, the origins of the critical length scale, a...

    A Novel Lightweight Wearable Device to Perform Balance Exercises at Home

    Falls are a serious risk for older individuals and people with compromised balance. However, there are no convenient devices to train one’s reactive posture...

    Template for Success: Shaping Hard Carbon Electrodes for Next-Generation Batteries

    Sodium- and potassium-ion batteries are promising next-generation alternatives to the ubiquitous lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). However, their energy density still lags behind that of LIBs....

    Restoring the Function of a Human Cell Surface Protein in Yeast Cells

    G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are the largest and most diverse group of cell surface proteins in humans. These receptors, which can be seen as...

    Evaluating the Shear Viscosity of Different Water Models

    The 4-point Optimal Point Charge (OPC) and 3-point OPC (OPC3) models are highly accurate water models, used extensively in molecular simulations to reproduce the...