Advanced Science


22 Dec 2022
Wearing face masks has been recognised as one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of COVID-19, even in its coming endemic phase. Apart from the conventional function of masks, the potential for smart masks to monitor human physiological signals is being increasingly explored. A research team led by the City University of Hong Kong (CityU) recently invented a smart mask, integrating an ultrathin nanocomposite sponge structure-based soundwave sensor, which is capable of detecting respiratory sounds of breathing, coughing and speaking.
25 Oct 2022
Research led by the School of Chinese Medicine at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) has identified cryptotanshinone, a compound extracted from the Chinese herbal medicine Salvia miltiorrhiza, with the potential for the treatment and prevention of gastric cancer associated with bile reflux. The researchers unveiled the mechanism of how bile reflux induces gastritis and gastric cancer. They explained that refluxed bile acids (BAs) lead to the proliferation of pro-inflammation bacteria that promote gastric carcinogenesis, the formation of cancer.
Electrochemical NO reduction to NH3 using solar energy
19 Oct 2022
- Design and development of a hybrid core–shell electrocatalyst that converts air pollutants nitric oxide (NO) into ammonia (NH3). - A strategy to ensure the stability of an electrocatalyst during the NO gas reduction process.
photo. Conceptual diagram that expresses the process of cell clustering through cell size and number control like a smart factory
03 May 2022
A new platform effectively sorts and clusters single cells according to their physical properties and could provide clues for understanding individual cell interactions.
13 Apr 2022
Organic, metal free, high-energy batteries are a pathway to a greener future. Yet scientists have struggled to find ways to boost the voltage in organic lithium-ion batteries. Now, a study has proposed a small organic molecule known as croconic acid that can maintain a working voltage of around 4 Volts.
18 May 2021
Imagine an advanced robotic hand that can grasp a fragile piece of tofu without crushing it! A research team co-led by researchers from City University of Hong Kong (CityU) has developed an innovative tactile sensor with super fast response time and high sensitivity. It can distinguish different external stimuli in real time, with the potential to be applied to electronic skin and smart prosthetics. It can offer hope to people with physical disabilities or severe limb injuries to regain their sense of touch and improve their quality of life.
17 Nov 2020
Scientists explain how selective electrostatic doping can balance the charge in optoelectronic devices with 2D materials
16 Oct 2020
Using a single laser pulse that did not switch the ferrimagnetic layer, researchers demonstrated a much faster and less energy consuming switching of the ferromagnet.
03 Jun 2020
Researchers from Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) have invented a nanostructure that can stimulate neural stem cells to differentiate into nerve cells. They found that the transplantation of these nerve cells into rats with Parkinson's disease progressively improved their symptoms, with the new cells replacing damaged nerve cells around the transplantation site. This novel invention provides promising insights into stem cell therapies and offers hope of a new treatment for Parkinson's disease.
24 May 2019
Electrochemical imaging by researchers reveals that nitrogen and phosphorus atoms are key for enhancing holey graphene’s ability to promote the release of hydrogen during electrolysis.
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23 Jan 2019
Philippine microsatellite DIWATA-2 has successfully captured initial images. Launched last autumn, it is the second microsatellite designed and developed under a collaborative project between Hokkaido University, Tohoku University, the Advanced Science and Technology Institute (DOST-ASTI), and the University of the Philippines-Diliman (UPD)
25 May 2018
Haedong Science & Culture Foundation delivered KRW 500 million to the UNIST Development Fund.
(a) In conventional semiconductors, electrons flow from the hot to the cold side with low mobility caused by ionized impurity. (b) In the newly developed semiconductor without the impurity, 2DEG can flow with high mobility.
20 Nov 2017
Novel approach utilizes high mobility two-dimensional electron gas, boosting thermoelectric conversion efficiency.
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06 Jun 2016
The Philippines' first microsatellite, DIWATA-1, was successfully released into orbit from the Japanese Experiment Module Kibo on the International Space Station at 20:44 (JST) on April 27, 2016.
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18 May 2016
This is Part II of an article based on an interview with Hokkaido University Professor Yukihiro Takahashi, director of the Space Mission Center, about the university’s involvement in the development of low-cost, high-performance microsatellites.
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27 Apr 2016
This is Part I of an article based on an interview with Hokkaido University Professor Yukihiro Takahashi, director of the Space Mission Center, about the university’s involvement in the development of low-cost, high-performance microsatellites.
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07 Apr 2015
Researchers in Singapore, for the first time in the world, replicate the contractile ring’s structure by isolating a refined protein and placing it within a cell-imitation capsule.
13 Mar 2015
2015 Advanced Research in Material Sciences, Manufacturing, Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Technology International Conference (AR4MET'2015) 2015 International Conference on Education (ICOED'2015) 2015 Renewable Energy and Green Technology International Conference (REEGETECH'2015)
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12 Mar 2015
In a joint project, researchers have developed a “Forensic Hyperspectral Imager” device based on hyperspectral imaging techniques, which can differentiate layered fingerprints into individual prints and detect untreated latent fingerprints from surfaces such as walls and magnetic sides of railway tickets.
09 Dec 2013
Some of Waseda University's robots include TWENDY-ONE which supports the elderly, WABIAN-2 and KOBIAN bi-pedal robots with emotions, SCHEMA, the robot that can converse with many people and TWIns institute for breast cancer tumor surgery
graphene spin detection
21 Jul 2013
Opens the Way to Research on Spin Properties and Device Applications of Graphene and Other 2-Dimensional Materials
18 Jul 2013
Researchers have developed nano-adhesive plasters that can easily be applied to lacerated vessel walls with no adhesive, and succeeded in arresting massive bleeding from the inferior vena cava in rabbits.
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16 Jul 2013
The Graduate School of Technology Management (GSTM) at UNIST, S. Korea, is officially recognized as a PSM Affiliation. The first PSM program in Korea and Asia.
26 Jul 2012
A large number of tropical forest protected areas are experiencing a decline in biodiversity, according to an analysis in Nature this week. These reserves are supposed to represent a final refuge for threatened species and natural ecosystem processes, as concerns about human impacts on tropical biodiversity grow.
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20 May 2012
Saitama, Japan, 20 May 2012 - The relativistic Hall effect describing objects rotating at speeds comparable with the speed of light has now been reported.
30 Mar 2012
Conserving electricity is an absolute necessity due to the power shortage associated with the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster.
mechanism of full-color holography
16 Mar 2012
Researchers at the RIKEN Advanced Science Institute have developed a unique way to create full-color holograms with the aid of surface plasmons
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09 Mar 2012
Fluorescence-yield x-ray spectroscopy provides a view into how organic transistors work at the molecular scale
beetle antifreeze xylomannan
02 Mar 2012
An Alaskan beetle beats the cold using an unusual, natural antifreeze with a novel mode of action that scientists are beginning to unravel


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