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Nanocatalyst makes heavy work of formic acid

Researchers from Osaka University report an inexpensive and scalable route to hydrogen isotope compounds

Osaka University researchers have reported a nanocatalyst that is able to produce hydrogen isotope compounds D2 and HD via the heterogeneous dehydroge...


World’s thinnest, lightest signal amplifier enables bioinstrumentation with reduced noise


Unidentified interaction sites of immunoglobulin G1 antibodies and their receptors discovered


Solidification and transformation in Fe–C alloys clarified by X-ray imaging

Will serve as guidelines for improving productivity and properties of ferrous materials


Does one size does fit all? A new model for organic semiconductors

A multicenter team including researchers from Osaka University reports new observations for organic single crystals that derive from their flexibility, opening the door for new organic electronics

A team including researchers from Osaka University has used a single rubrene crystal to investigate the room temperature behavior of organic single cr...


Researchers Put a New Spin on Molecular Oxygen

A multinational team led by researchers from Osaka University use experimental Kelvin probe force spectroscopy to alter the charge states on single oxygen atoms and achieve reversible conversion of oxygen atoms to molecular oxygen

Reactive molecular oxygen singlets have a multitude of uses in chemistry and medicine, but they are less abundant than non-reactive oxygen triplets. A...


“Metallic water” inside Uranus clarified through laser-driven decaying shocks


Synthesizing chemical-sensing cells from scratch

Scientists create artificial cells that can express distinct genes in response to specific chemical signals, opening the door to new ways of delivering drugs


Mechanism of CO2 hydrogenation on Cu catalytic surfaces clarified

Molecular vibration drives chemical reactions


Speeding up the journey towards clean energy through photocatalyst optimization

Researchers from Osaka University link the activity of water splitting catalysts to easy-to-measure parameters to enable rapid screening of clean energy generating materials

Osaka University researchers studied the photocatalytic activity of oxyhalide materials and were able to demonstrate a relationship between parameters...

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