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A close up on the real world — atomic migration under ambient conditions

Researchers from Osaka University take a closer look at electrostatically driven reactions at metal surfaces under atmospheric conditions

Osaka University researchers have reported an environmental transmission electron microscopy technique that has allowed in situ visualization of the a...

Life Sciences & Medicine

Multidrug resistance: Not as recent as we thought

Researchers from Osaka University find that a relatively ancient drug efflux pump in Haemophilus influenzae confers resistance to the same drugs as its more evolved counterparts, and is only mitigated by a slightly leaky membrane channel

Researchers from Osaka University found that the ancient RND-type multidrug efflux pump AcrB from Haemophilus influenzae targets the same drugs as its...


A novel recipe for efficiently removing intrinsic defects from hard crystals


High-energy lasers could be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease in the future

Far-infrared free-electron laser is useful in breaking down protein aggregates and has attractive applications in medicine and biomaterial engineering

The aggregation of amyloid protein fibrils is involved in diseases such as amyloidosis and even Alzheimer’s. Thus, dissociation of these amyloid fibri...

Life Sciences & Medicine

rsGamillus, acid-tolerant green reversibly switchable fluorescent protein, developed

New technique to observe acidic environments inside living cells


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


Exceptionally small laser-induced periodic surface structures achieved


Travelling Towards a Quantum Internet at Light Speed

Researchers at Osaka University successfully transferred and verified the angular momentum basis of quantum information from laser light to an electron trapped on a quantum dot

Osaka University researchers demonstrated a new method for transmitting quantum information over long distances by using circularly polarized light to...


Resistance Is Utile: Magnetite Nanowires with Sharp Insulating Transition

Osaka University-led researchers make ultra-thin nanowires of Fe3O4, with a remarkable “Verwey transition” from metal to insulator at low temperature—a highly sought-after property for nanoelectronics

A Japanese research team led by Osaka University produced Fe3O4 nanowires on 10-nm length scales by deposition on an MgO substrate. When cooled to 110...


Using graphene and tiny droplets to detect stomach-cancer causing bacteria

Researchers create a graphene-based biosensor to detect stomach-cancer causing bacteria by using microfluidics to keep the reaction products from the bacteria close to the graphene sensing element

A Japan-based research team led by Osaka University used graphene and microfluidics to identify stomach-cancer causing bacteria by detecting chemical ...


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