Viewing atomic structures of dopant atoms in 3D relating to electrical activity in a semiconductor
Mechanism behind catalytic hydroxylation of stable C-H bonds using artificial enzyme at room temperature elucidated
Thermoelectric Power Generation at Room Temperature: Coming Soon?
Two-dimensional 100-nm focusing achieved using high accuracy ellipsoidal mirror at Spring-8
Osaka University Chemists Unlock the Potential of Fluoroalkenes
Proliferation and breeding methods of drought-resistant jojoba developed
Real-time imaging of internal grain motion with high-speed MRI
Molten cesium iodide spread out the surface of uranium dioxide
A new MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) ″Metabolomics in Life Sciences″ lectured by professor Fukusaki′s research group will start on edX (OsakaUx) on October 3rd. Please do not forget to register the course.
Eiichiro Fukusaki is a full research professor in the Division of Advanced Science and Biotechnology, Graduate School of Engineering, and he is a worldwide well-known leading researcher in the field of metabolomics.
Following the establishment of the Osaka University NTN Next Generation Research Alliance Laboratory on September 1, 2017, the opening ceremony for the laboratory was held at the welfare center Cen-Terrace (Central Terrace) of the School of Engineering, Suita Campus, on September 5, 2017.
Physicists Achieve Rapid Magnetic Switching with Lasers
Heat-assisted plasma treatment to PTFE enables high adhesion strength at low cost
Osaka chemists build new chemical structures on unreactive bonds
Nickel-catalyzed molecular transformation technology allows rapid synthesis of chiral cyclic skeletons in natural products and drug molecules
Ammonia combustion technology for reducing CO2 emission in industrial furnaces developed
Signature Analysis of Single Molecules using their Noise Signals generated by Nanoelectronics
Osaka University researchers push metals to their limits
A dual-arm construction robot with remote-control function
What Happens When Materials Collide? Observing Fracture in Stressed Materials
Low-cost production technology for sophisticated microreactors by surface finishing technique using water
First Luminescent Molecular System with a Lower Critical Solution Temperature
X-ray Microscope Optics Resolve 50-nm Features While Eliminating Chromatic Aberrations
Three-dimensional Direction-dependent Force Measurement at the Subatomic Scale
Cutting-edge analysis reveals how different drugs interact with the same target
Development of a robot that moves around freely like a real centipede, a world first
Super-resolution Spectral Imaging to Monitor Dynamic Processes in Real Time
Resilient Red Blood Cells Need Fuel to Adapt their Shape to the Environment
Computer Simulation of Protein Synthesis Reveals Awesome Complexity of Cell Machinery
Japanese Researchers Make Breakthrough in Antioxidant Enzyme Linked to Jaundice
Lifetime of surface modification of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) extended