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Quantum shift shows itself in coupled light and matter

Rice University scientists corral, quantify subtle movement in condensed matter system


Electronic paper made of “real” paper

Osaka University-led researchers developed technology to combine “a transparent paper” with high transparency and a conventional “white paper” made fr...

Life Sciences & Medicine

New light shed on how bone marrow niches keep stem cells thriving

Japanese researchers uncover cellular factor needed to maintain the environment that regulates hematopoietic stem cells

Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) require specialized niches in bone marrow to generate functional blood cells. CAR cells are among cell types located i...

Life Sciences & Medicine

Even short travel can spread colistin-resistant bacteria

Japanese researchers find short trips to a developing country can increase the appearance of a resistance gene to the antibiotic colistin

The use of the antibiotic colistin, a last-resort treatment option in the infection by multidrug-resistant bacteria, is increasingly impeded by colist...

Life Sciences & Medicine

Formidable duo: protective effect of CD9 and CD81 in COPD and accelerated aging

Osaka University-centered study reveals double deletion of tetraspanins CD9 and CD81 in mice cause progressive aging and shortened life span

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease of accelerated lung aging, but the mechanism remains unclear. Osaka University-centered rese...

Life Sciences & Medicine

New Breakthrough in Treatment for Rare Skin Condition

Drug to treat skin lesions in tuberous sclerosis complex approved, a world first

Natural Sciences

Understanding gravity: The nanoscale search for extra dimensions

A Japan–US research collaboration involving Osaka University uses high-sensitivity experiments to probe exotic gravitational force

A Japan–US research collaboration involving Osaka University has used a pulsed slow neutron beamline to probe the deviation of the inverse square law ...

Life Sciences & Medicine

Cholesterol leash: key tethering protein found to transport cellular cholesterol

Researchers at Osaka University uncover key mechanistic details that allow cholesterol to be transported within cells

Cholesterol is an essential component of living organisms, but the mechanisms that transport cholesterol inside the cell are poorly understood. Resear...


Synchronized fluctuation-type art illumination developed, a world first!


Twisting graphene into spirals

Kansai researchers synthesize helical nanographene


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