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Discovery of mechanism by which sex hormone regulates aggressive behavior
29-January-2014

Waseda University researchers have discovered a hormonal mechanism for controlling aggressiveness in male birds. The team hope this may lead to a method of reducing aggressive behavior in humans.

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Discovery of the Tomb of Khonsuemheb
8-January-2014

Tokyo, 8 Jan - Waseda university researchers discovered a new private tomb in the el-Khokha area of the Theban necropolis, across the Nile from Luxor. The owner of the tomb is Khonsuemheb, who was called Chief of the Workshop for Mut and Chief Brewer of the Temple of Mut.

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Pictorial Mnemonics x Sound Contrasting = More Effective English Teaching
3-January-2014

New research by Professor Emmanuel Manalo of Waseda University and Assistant Professor Yuri Uesaka of University of Tokyo has found that mnemonic images and explicit sound contrasting help Japanese children learn more effectively the sounds of the English alphabet.

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A novel insight into cardiac function: Development of a new model of spontaneous oscillatory contraction
17-December-2013

Researchers have successfully developed a realistic theoretical model that provides a rational explanation for the spontaneous oscillatory contraction (SPOC) of muscle. The findings were published in Physical Review Letters recently.

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Testing begins at the Energy Management System (EMS) Shinjuku Demonstration Center
12-December-2013

Power shortages are a major issue after the Great East Japan Earthquake. This technology will enable houses and buildings to conserve energy even in times of highly power demand and could help avoid scheduled blackouts. This test is the first attempt of its kind in Japan.

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