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Synthesis of superconducting solid picene12-December-2013
(Okayama, Japan, 12 Dec 2013) Focus on the only group in the world researching on superconducting picene. Prof Yoshihiro Kubozono team's work at Okayama University has potential for innovative applications of solid picene and organic superconductors, graphene and other functional materials.Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Okayama University Category: Science
Okayama University, Japan publishes the latest issue of its online newsletter, Okayama University e-Bulletin12-December-2013
(Okayama, Japan, 12 Dec 2013) Content highlights include research on superconducting solid picene; naturally occurring nanobacteria-like particles and ectopic calcification; rice plants and manganese; earth science; nano-pathophysiology; and large porous zeolite.Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Okayama University Category: Science
Testing begins at the Energy Management System (EMS) Shinjuku Demonstration Center11-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.Contact: Waseda University Institution: Waseda University Category: Business
Waseda robotics research leading the world9-December-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 surgeryContact: Waseda University Institution: Waseda University Category: Medicine
Ultrasound microscopy: An aid for surgeons to make the invisible, visible8-December-2013
Prof. Naohiro Hozumi of Toyohashi Tech explains “Instead of waiting an hour or more, tissue can be tested almost immediately and because the reflected sound varies depending on the type of cancer, a doctor can interpret the type of disease from the image by comparing it to a reference material.”Contact: Adarsh Sandhu Institution: Toyohashi University of Technology Category: Technology
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