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A step up in wavelength25-September-2013
A device that can manipulate radiofrequency signals could soon reduce the size of short-distance communication systemsContact: A*STAR Research Institution: The Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR)
Laser treatments yield smoother metal surfaces25-September-2013
The properties of metal surfaces, typically prone to corrosion, are now more controllable using laser processing
Wormlike hematite photoanode breaks the world-record for solar hydrogen production efficiency25-September-2013
Ulsan, South Korea – A research team of Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea, developed a “wormlike” hematite photoanode that can convert sunlight and water to clean hydrogen energy with a record-breaking high efficiency of 5.3%.Contact: Eunhee Song Institution: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)
Uncovering factors at the heart of muscle weakness25-September-2013
Prof. Tamai's latest research examines how orange, apple and grapefruit juices affect the absorption of prescription drugs into the body. As Kanazawa's most cited professor, he has dedicated his career to study molecules and genes responsible for cardiomyopathy, muscle weakness, and Reye’s syndrome.Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Organization of Frontier Science and Innovation, Kanazawa University
Feast to famine: Oxygen starvation regulates fat cells in obesity24-September-2013
(Kanazawa, Japan, 25 September 2013) Researchers at Kanazawa University have identified the role of the protein TIS7 in processes that regulate adipogenesis, whereby non-specialised cells become adipose or fat cells.Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Organization of Frontier Science and Innovation, Kanazawa University
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