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2021-0921-07
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Wireless monitoring system for human small signal detection

MIYAKE, Takeo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Information, Production, and Systems)
●  New principle: the parity-time symmetric resonator circuits●  Add a negative resistance to the detection circuit only●  Wireless monitoring of resistance, inductance, and capacitance change 
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2021-0921-06
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Molecule delivering nanotube stamp and stamping system

MIYAKE, Takeo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Information, Production, and Systems)
●  Delivering substances with different sizes, shapes, and charges into cells  ●  We have developed a hybrid nanotube (NT) stamp and its stamping system.  ● The proposed technology can be used for basic and applied research (regenerative medicine,...
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2021-0921-05
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Monitor for stress substances

OHASHI, Keishi Senior Researcher (Research Council (Research Organization) Institute for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology)
● Development of compact, easy-to-handle, fast-response silicon transistor sensor (Fig.2)● Simultaneous detection and multifaceted understanding of markers of different origins● Simple detection from minute amounts of saliva and sweat
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2021-0921-04
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Modulation of Brain Activity by tDCS Effects on Human Decision Making

HIRAYAMA, Kento Research Associate (Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences)
collaborative researchers:OSU, Rieko Professor
● Transcranial direct current electrical stimulation (tDCS) (Figure 1) can increase or decrease neural activity continuously for several hours. ● The activity of the posterior parietal cortex was changed by tDCS during the task of measuring the frequency of choice for eac...
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2021-0921-03
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Epithelial cell-cell communication to attenuate the rejection of suboptimal cells

MARUYAMA, Takeshi Associate Professor (Affiliated organization Waseda Institute for Advanced Study)
collaborative researchers:鮎川 志優
● Optimal cells eliminate suboptimal cells● The mechanism of epithelial cell-cell  communication via the interaction between a ligand and a receptor● MHC-I-targeting treatment suppresses the elimination
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2021-0921-02
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Epithelial cell-cell communication to facilitate the aberrant cell elimination

MARUYAMA, Takeshi Associate Professor (Affiliated organization Waseda Institute for Advanced Study)
● Epithelial cells eliminate precancerous cells● The mechanism of epithelial cell-cell  communication via the interaction between Ligand and  Receptor● AltR-targeting treatment enhances the elimination
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2021-0921-01
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Activity change in the brain associated with pain relief

ITO, Etsuro Professor (Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences School of Education)
● The oxyhemoglobin levels of lDLPFC became down, i.e., the activity was suppressed, during pain relief.
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2021-0921-09
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

In vitro NASH model with ballooned hepatocytes

SAKAGUCHI, Katsuhisa Associate Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
● When human fibroblasts and human hepatocytes are co-cultured, collected in sheets using UPCELL and     cultured in a high-glycolipid environment, ballooned hepatocytes are induced. 
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2021-0921-08
Life sciences
posted:2021/10/08

Research and development of functional ingredients to protect the liver from alcohol consumption

HARA, Taichi Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences)
● Identify functional materials that reduce alcohol-induced liver injury. ● Promotes the degradation of acetaldehyde in liver cells. ● Develop a highly concentrated hydrogen water generator that reduces the amount of intracellular acetaldehyde.
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2020-1124-03
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/12/17

Operation of 3-D MEMS micro mirror by single superposed driving signal

IWASE, Eiji Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering)
● By single driving apparatus, MEMS micro mirror is actuated in  three resonant modes● MEMS micro mirror is operated in 3-D by single superposed signal with the three resonant frequencies
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2020-1124-01
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/12/17

New Synthesis Method for Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNTs)

NODA, Suguru Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
●  New synthesis method of BNNTs by boric acid vapor
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2020-1124-02
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/12/17

Development of Test Method for Evaluating Pure Mode Interlaminar Fracture Toughness of Dissimilar Materials

HOSOI, Atsushi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering)
● Application of Double Cantilever Beam (DCB) test● Cancel the effects of mixing modes when joining dissimilar materials and thermal residual stress● Accurate mode I interlaminar fracture toughness evaluation
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2020-1012-07
Life sciences
posted:2020/10/27

A Method for Chromatic Adaptation Conversion in Skin Disease Diagnosis

SOTA, Takayuki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
● Renunciation of perfect color reproduction  ● Custom setting of reference chromaticity coordinates● Realization of stable white balance
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2020-1012-06
Life sciences
posted:2020/10/27

Development of novel therapeutic strategy that targets pancreatic β cells for diabetes mellitus

GODA, Nobuhito Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
● Increase in numbers of functional pancreatic β cells ● Creation of pancreatic β-like cells by transdifferentiation
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2020-1012-05
Life sciences
posted:2020/10/27

High sensitivity DOI-PET detector

KATAOKA, Jun Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering Department of Applied Physics)
● Resolution improvement  for the PET scaner● 3D measurement of  incident gamma rays  ● Novel optical sensor of the magnetic field resistant
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2020-1012-04
Life sciences
posted:2020/10/27

Success in promoting plant growth for biodiesel

TOMINAGA, Motoki Associate Professor (Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences)
● We Focused on Camelina its oil from seeds used as a raw material for biodiesel.● Succeeded in enhancement of seed production by heterologously expressing the high-speed  Chara-Arabidopsis chimeric myosin XI gene in Camerina
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2020-1012-01
Life sciences
posted:2020/10/27

Ultrasensitive antigen test for COVID-19

ITO, Etsuro Professor (Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences School of Education)
● We propose a de novo antigen test for diagnosing COVID-19 using the combination of sandwich ELISA and thio-NAD cycling. Our test takes advantage of the spike (S1) proteins specific to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. 
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2020-0131-10
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/02/06

Seeing mental stress from invisible substances

OHASHI, Keishi Senior Researcher (Research Council (Research Organization) Institute for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology)
collaborative researchers:OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor
● Detects many medically important stress substance signals of different origin ● Quick deduction of stress substances from multiple sensor signals on one chip● Stress management feedback considering circadian cycle and individual characteristics
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2020-0131-09
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/02/06

Battery Diagnosis by Square-Current Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

MUKOYAMA, Daikichi Researcher (retired)
collaborative researchers:OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor (retired)
● Power controller in Battery Management System (BMS) can be formed only simple current veform, such as a square waveform. Applying square current input generated by power controller can measure impedance.
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2020-0131-08
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2020/02/06

Very Facile Production of Hydrogen Peroxide from Water under Sunlight

NISHIDE, Hiroyuki Senior Research Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering) (retired)
collaborative researchers:岡 弘樹 (retired)
● We found that polythiophenes act as a rare, combined light-harvester and highly selective catalyst for the  oxygen reduction to H2O2.  Its combination with a conventional oxygen evolution catalyst in water (pH 12)  achieved extremely high H2O2 production rate ...
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