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TUS Researchers Develop a New Single Sign-On Algorithm that Provides Superior...

Researchers from the Tokyo University of Science have developed cryptographic scheme that completely hides your personal information from third parties when using single sign-on...

Hiroshima University’s Novel Sex Selection Technology Receives $2.7M Grant

Hiroshima University scientists who developed a new sex selection method received a $2.7 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to work...

Towards a Green Future: Efficient Laser Technique Can Convert Cellulose into...

Scientists in Japan have developed a novel laser-based strategy for the effective degradation of cellulose into useful products.The plant product cellulose is the most...

Newly Synthesized Fungal Compound Can Switch on a Self-destruct Button for...

Leading organic chemists from Tokyo University of Science have synthesized fungal molecule capable of reactivating the self-destruct gene in aggressive cancer cellsCancers cells use...

Down to the Bone: Understanding how bone-dissolving cells are generated

A new study by Tokyo University of Science (TUS) researchers explains the role of a certain protein in the generation of cells critical to...

Etching the Road to a Hydrogen Economy Using Plasma Jets

Scientists at Tokyo University of Science improve light-driven water-splitting to produce hydrogen by etching the reaction catalyst with plasma jets in solution.Hydrogen is a...

Modern Problems, Primitive Solutions: A Glimpse into Archaic Protein Synthesis Systems

Tokyo University of Science researchers show, for the first time, how protein synthesis in an ancient organism could have inspired the molecular tools used...

UiTM and JAIST Sign a Joint Declaration on United Nation’s SDGs

A Joint Declaration, between Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) and Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) was made during an international workshop on...

Scientists from Japan Uncover How a Molecular “Alarm” System in Plants...

Some plants, like soybean, are known to possess innate defense machinery that helps them develop resistance against insects trying to feed on them. However,...

TUS Scientists Develop a New Method to Track Plastic Emissions from...

Scientists from the Tokyo University of Science (TUS) in Japan have come up with a new method to track plastic emissions from inland areas...

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