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No stain? No sweat: Terahertz waves can image early-stage breast cancer without staining

Team of researchers at Osaka University make key breakthrough towards on-site cancer diagnosis

A team of researchers at Osaka University, in collaboration with the University of Bordeaux and the Bergonié Institute in France, has succeeded in ter...

Natural Sciences

Hazumi datasets for dialogue systems that recognize human sentiment released

Researchers at Osaka University have released multimodal human-system dialogue corpora Hazumi. Currently, two datasets in Japanese are available for r...


Detecting early-stage failure in electric power conversion devices

Researchers from Osaka University use non-destructive acoustic monitoring to identify the earliest stages of failure in silicon carbide power electronics, which will help in the design of more-durable power devices

Researchers from Osaka University used acoustic emission during power cycling tests to monitor in real time the complete failure process—from the earl...

Life Sciences & Medicine

The making of memory B cells and long-term immune responses

Only B cells that express Bach2 and reduced mTORC1 activity can become memory B cells, the body’s first responder to re-infections

Researchers at Osaka University in Japan have identified two factors necessary for the production of memory B cells, the cells of the immune system th...


A new magnetic recording method using millimeter/terahertz waves!

Demonstration of focused millimeter assisted magnetic recording


Could megatesla magnetic fields be realized on Earth?

A team of researchers led by Osaka University discovers “microtube implosion,” a novel mechanism that demonstrates the generation of megatesla-order magnetic fields

A team of researchers led by Osaka University discovered a novel mechanism called a “microtube implosion,” demonstrating the generation of megatesla-o...


Silk fibers improve bioink for 3D-printed artificial tissues and organs

Researchers from Osaka University mechanically reprocess silk into a biologically compatible component of bioinks that improves the structural fidelity of 3D-printed hydrogels containing cells for use in drug development and regrowing lost or damaged body parts

Researchers from Osaka University processed silk fibers into a versatile component of bioink for 3D cell printing technology. Printed objects retain t...

Life Sciences & Medicine

Lipids, lysosomes, and autophagy: the keys to preventing kidney injury

A team of researchers led by Osaka University unravel a tangle of pathways involving calcium, lipids, and the degradation of damaged lysosomes that is essential for preventing crystal-induced kidney injury

Lysosomes are cellular waste disposal organelles containing potent enzymes that cause cellular damage if they leak out of ruptured lysosomes. In a rec...


A new study may revise a theory of flowing viscous liquids that was accepted for 60 years

Discovery of a topological change of an interfacial hydrodynamics by a partial miscibility and creating a cross-disciplinary discipline of chemical thermodynamics and interfacial hydrodynamics

The international collaborative team has discovered for the first time a topological change of a classical interfacial hydrodynamics, which is driven ...


New on/off functionality for fast, sensitive, ultra-small technologies

A research team including Osaka University reports an ultra-small actuator with the fastest on/off switch and most precise position control in the world

Researchers from Osaka University have developed an ultra-small actuator that can be turned on and off in a fraction of a millisecond and exhibits nan...


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