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07 Apr 2016
In the summer of 2015, Tohoku University, Japan, organized the 'Frontiers of Brain Science' program. This unique research program was hosted by the Tohoku Forum for Creativity, and consisted of three international symposia and one practical workshop.
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05 Apr 2016
Scientists have developed new fluorescent probes that prove the existence of “raft domains” in the live cell membrane — opening new possibilities to study how toxins and viruses invade cells.
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04 Apr 2016
Apigenin, a natural metabolite found in plants and vegetables, is poised to improve chemotherapy significantly.
23 Mar 2016
A streamlined procedure for assembling the active components of photovoltaic devices from inexpensive metals could boost their economic prospects.
Plants use their circadian clock to predict time-based changes in the environment.
23 Mar 2016
Plants prepare for cold evenings by triggering biological processes, such as closing of their stomata and synthesizing wax to prevent water loss. Biologists have shown that these processes, which are induced by genes expressed in the evening, are actually regulated by clock proteins that are produced during sunrise.
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22 Mar 2016
Nagoya University deciphers how information is encoded in the nervous system during navigation. The findings provide a deeper insight into how animals respond to the environment, and open a door for further investigation into animal behavior, including that of humans.
Figure 1. Pollen tube growth and guidance by the LURE peptide in Arabidopsis.
10 Mar 2016
In a new study published in Nature, plant biologists at Nagoya University, Japan, has now revealed for the first time, the receptor in pollen tubes, which is required to detect LURE, an attractant peptide produced by ovules that is essential for plant fertilization to occur.
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07 Mar 2016
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have developed metabolically engineered Escherichia coli strains to synthesize non-natural, biomedically important polymers including poly(lactate-co-glycolate) (PLGA), previously considered impossible to obtain from biobased materials.
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26 Feb 2016
Researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology upgraded their smart glasses with a low-power multicore processor to employ stereo vision and deep-learning algorithms, making the user interface and experience more intuitive and convenient.
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24 Feb 2016
A research team led by Nagoya University, Japan, shows in mice the potential of a special immune cell that targets a key protein in tumor growth that helps stop brain cancer.
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24 Feb 2016
A research team based at Nagoya University, Japan, has discovered how dopamine controls the brain’s response to cocaine. Findings from this study will reveal new insights into dopamine function in the brain.
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10 Feb 2016
New discoveries are bringing scientists closer to understanding how DNA repairs itself with a chemical modification which, when absent, can lead to tumour formation.
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08 Feb 2016
A group of biologists, theoretical chemists and synthetic chemists at the Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (ITbM) at Nagoya University, Japan, have come together to develop a small molecule that slows down the circadian clock rhythm through binding to the CRY clock protein.
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03 Feb 2016
Seagrass genome reveals the structural and physiological adaptations needed for plants to survive and thrive in the marine environment.
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19 Jan 2016
KAIST researchers developed a wall-climbing scout drone to fight fires in high-rises, finding the source of the fires and locating people trapped inside.
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13 Jan 2016
A joint research team in Japan has developed a “single-seed cast method,” a new casting method making it possible to grow high-quality mono silicon at low cost. New casting method may facilitate the return of a market-competitive solar cell industry.
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16 Dec 2015
Researchers in Korea have developed an application that helps people restrain themselves from using smartphones during meetings or social gatherings. The app’s group limit mode enforces users to curtail their smartphone usage through peer-pressure while offering flexibility to use the phone in an emergency.
16 Dec 2015
A team of scientists has revealed the mechanism by which tumor cells elevate levels of MDM4, a protein that is highly expressed in cancer cells but not in normal adult tissues.
11 Dec 2015
Professor Naehyuck Chang of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology chosen among the new 42 fellows of the Association for Computing Machinery, the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society.
03 Dec 2015
‘Non- evolvable’ essential cells can be targeted to predict and lower possibility of drug resistance
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02 Dec 2015
Tiny particles with varied shapes scatter light in useful and unusual ways.
17 Nov 2015
Researchers at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology will lead an IdeasLab on biotechnology for an aging society while HUBO, the winner of the 2015 DARPA Robotics Challenge, will interact with the forum participants, offering an experience of state-of-the-art robotics technology.
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13 Nov 2015
A research group led by National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, improved the power conversion efficiency of perovskite solar cells to over 16% while employing cells that were greater than 1 cm2.
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09 Nov 2015
Scientists at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a new way of making fuel cell membranes using nanoscale fasteners, paving the way for lower-cost, higher-efficiency and more easily manufactured fuel cells.
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02 Nov 2015
Simple Fabrication, both side light absorption, and with high power conversion efficiencies.
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02 Nov 2015
Scientists from Korea and U.S. were able to observe an individual membrane protein fold and unfold by pulling and releasing magnetically trapped protein molecules.
15 Oct 2015
Select Biosciences South East Asia, the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) and The National University of Singapore (NUS), are pleased to present the Third Annual Lab-on-a-Chip Asia Conference and Exhibition, focusing on Microfluidic Technologies, Point-of-Care Diagnostics and Organ-on-a-Chip.
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12 Oct 2015
Researchers in Russia compared three different drug delivery models based on ionic liquids. They developed a powerful API-IL concept to access structural diversity and dual-action pharmaceuticals. The study introduces new possibilities for drug delivery using ionic and covalent molecular level forces.
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09 Oct 2015
Researchers in Singapore have developed the first animal-free screening platforms capable of predicting the toxic effects of compounds on the human kidney accurately.
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28 Sep 2015
The Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corp. Lab is using technology to build cities free of taxi queues, congestion and crowding.

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