With the highly infectious Omicron variant of the coronavirus currently prevalent in Japan, Tohoku University is raising its BCP to Level Two.
Sagawa, a world-leading expert in permanent magnet materials research, is a co-recipient of the IEEE Medal for Environmental and Safety Technologies.
About 35 alumni from 14 countries met up on the new interactive platform, GATHER, to catch up with old friends and make new ones.
Seven students received the scholarship to study abroad, the first time it's been awarded since the pandemic began.
A research team reported that carotenoids utilize distortability thanks to their flexible molecular structure, producing unique color tones as a result.
Scientists might be able to control the properties of specific metals with honeycomb crystal lattices by causing their positively charged ions to team up.
For centuries scientists have believed that our brain stores one body map to help coordinate our actions, but a research group has revealed that our mind stores multiple maps.
A research group looked into a potential therapeutic strategy that shows promise in treating epilepsy and aiding patients whose symptoms are untreatable with medicine.
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