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Energy transfer between particle populations via plasma waves in space verified


Tracking Hydrogen Movement using Subatomic Particles

Japanese collaboration detects local nuclear magnetic fields in a solid using negative muons

A Japanese collaboration developed a technique using a beam of subatomic particles called muons to track hydrogen movement in the solid magnesium hydr...

Natural Sciences

Particles collected by Hayabusa give absolute age of asteroid Itokawa

Japanese research group clarifies the chronology of near-Earth asteroid 25143 Itokawa

Japanese scientists, including those from Osaka University, closely examined particles collected from the asteroid Itokawa by the spacecraft Hayabusa,...


Brain function partly replicated by nanomaterials

Molecular/carbon nanotube network devices enable artificial spiking neurons that mimic nerve impulse generation

Osaka University-centered researchers created extremely dense, random SWNT/POM network molecular neuromorphic devices, generating spontaneous spikes s...


Researchers discover key mechanism of DNA replication

Researchers from Osaka University in Japan have uncovered a key control mechanism of DNA replication with potential implications for better understand...

Natural Sciences

In pursuit of quasicrystal properties that are not seen in crystals

Dirac fermion quasicrystals realized using a novel method

Life Sciences & Medicine

Successful in vitro reconstitution of type III secretion system of bacteria

Will be applied to screening of drugs that eliminate only virulence


Mechanisms of DNA mismatch repair unraveled

Will lead to the prevention of cancer development

Life Sciences & Medicine

Competition for space: oncogenic mutant cells vs normal cells

Osaka University-led researchers reveal the mechanism behind space expansion of oncogenic mutant cells

Osaka University-led researchers discovered how oncogenic mutant cells selectively expand into surrounding normal tissues and occupy them based on pre...

Natural Sciences

Ratchet Up the Pressure: Molecular Machine Exploits Motion in a Single Direction

Osaka University-led researchers invent “ratchet-like molecular machine,” where a chemical reaction is coupled with unidirectional movement, as a possible component for molecular motors

A Japanese research team led by Osaka University developed a “ratchet-like molecular machine,” which promotes uni-directional molecular motion during ...

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