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  1. 24/07/2017



    Peer reviewed paper

    - リング状炭化水素とヨウ素を混ぜ、電気をかけるだけ - 科学技術振興機構(JST)戦略的創造研究推進事業ERATO伊丹分子ナノカーボンプロジェクトの伊丹 健一郎(いたみ けんいちろう)研究総括(名古屋大学トランスフォーマティブ生命分子研究所(ITbM)拠点長/大学院理学研究科 教授)、尾崎 仁…

    Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University

  2. 24/07/2017

    Electric-stimuli-responsive porous carbon nanorings with iodine. An electric stimulus induces the hydrocarbon nanoring cycloparaphenylene (CPP)-iodine assembly to show electronic conductivity and white light emission.

    Shining rings: A new material emits white light when exposed to electricity

    Peer reviewed paper

    ~ New synthetic approach could spark development of other dynamic materials ~ Scientists at Nagoya University have developed a new way to make stimu…

    Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University

  3. 24/07/2017

    NUS engineers achieve significant breakthrough in spin wave based information processing technology

    Peer reviewed paper

    Novel method of propagating spin waves could pave the way for high speed, miniaturised data processing devices Conventional electronic devices make…

    National University of Singapore

  4. 23/07/2017

    KAUST scientists’ disposable mobile wireless sensor nodes can be used to give early warning of industrial leaks or forest fires. Reproduced with permission from ref 1.© Farooqui et al.

    Smart sensors could save lives

    Peer reviewed paper

    3D-printed, disposable sensors capable of detecting noxious gases and changes in temperature and humidity, could revolutionize environmental monitor…

    « KAUST - King Abdullah University of Science and Technology »

  5. 23/07/2017

    Immunofluorescence assays show the location of key components in the pathway to plant immunity: Left, blue indicates cell nuclei; second left, HD2B within the nucleolus; Center, MPK3 distributed both inside and outside the nuclei; second right and right, superimpositions of these images clearly show the differential location of HD2B and MPK3 within plant cells. Reproduced with permission from ref 1.© Olga Samajova 2017

    Shaping up against pathogens

    Peer reviewed paper

    Plants can reprogram their genetic material to mount a defensive response against pathogens, which may have applications for agriculture. A missing l…

    « KAUST - King Abdullah University of Science and Technology »

  6. 21/07/2017

    Credits Solarcoin

    ‘Fintech’ helps power the green energy revolution

    From “cryptocurrencies” to crowdfunding, innovative financial technology offers new ways for citizens to get involved in green energy projects, and to…

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Forthcoming events

  1. 24/07/2017 — 26/07/2017

    Grey squirrel UK - Copyright Tim M Blackburn, UCL

    Mapping the state of alien species across the globe

    Invasive non-native species cost the world billions of dollars every year, threatening native species and biodiversity as well as human health and the…

    British Ecological Society (BES)

  2. 25/07/2017

    Unraveling the sense of smell - Nobel Prize Linda Buck in Trieste, Italy

    Nobel Prize Linda Buck in Trieste 25 July 2017, 5:00 p.m. ICTP, Leonardo da Vinci Building Trieste - ITALY An odour can trigger a memory, cause di…


  3. 04/10/2017 — 07/10/2017

    Conference announcement

    International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife in Berlin

    From 4th to 7th October 2017 the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) will or…

    Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (FVB)

  4. 22/07/2017 — 22/10/2017

    Dr Emma Parker

    Orton's life and legacy celebrated in three East Midlands exhibitions

    University of Leicester Joe Orton Expert Contributes to Public Events to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the Playwright’s Death A renowned University o…

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