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Discovery of quantum vibrations in 'microtubules' corroborates theory of consciousness

22-01-2014

A review and update of a controversial 20-year-old theory of consciousness published in Physics of Life Reviews claims that consciousness derives from deeper level, finer scale activities inside brain neurons. The recent discovery of quantum vibrations in "microtubules" inside brain neurons ...

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Shimadzu announces completion of new quality center

06-12-2013

Shimadzu announces the completion of the new Quality Center building, which has been under construction at its head office (Sanjo Works) premises since February 2013. The Quality Center has been constructed to improve the quality of products developed and manufactured by Shimadzu. It consolidates ...

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Raman pixel by pixel

15-08-2013

Raman spectroscopy provides molecular specificity through spectrally-resolved measurement of the inelastic scattering under monochromatic excitation. In the context of microscopy, it may serve as label-free cell imaging, providing structural information. However, the very low cross-section of ...

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A new future for an old crop: barley enters the genomics age

30-01-2013

The barley genome is almost twice the size of that of humans and determining the sequence of its DNA has proved to be a major challenge. This paper published in Nature is a detailed overview of the functional portions of the barley genome, revealing the order and structure of its 26,000 genes. ...

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The guide to biomolecular movie-making

08-01-2013

High-speed atomic force microscopy (HS-AFM) is providing the means to produce dramatic footage of moving biomolecules, and scientists at Kanazawa University leading the field. Toshio Ando and co-workers at Kanazawa University have developed and used HS-AFM to increase our understanding of several ...

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Tokyo Institute of Technology research: Towards medical treatments using cell level control

06-11-2012

Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology and the Weizmann Institute of Science identify a means of controlling biological processes that could help treatments for immune disease, neurological disorders and cancer.The cellular response to a number of signals including inflammatory cytokines, ...

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Search for Element 113 Concluded at Last

01-10-2012

The most unambiguous data to date on the elusive 113th atomic element has been obtained by researchers at the RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-based Science (RNC). A chain of six consecutive alpha decays, produced in experiments at the RIKEN Radioisotope Beam Factory (RIBF), conclusively ...

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Netzsch Acquires Bruker’s Thermal Analysis Instruments Business in Japan

07-09-2012

The Netzsch Analyzing & Testing division and Bruker Corporation announced jointly that Netzsch Japan K.K. has acquired Bruker’s Thermal Analysis instruments business in Japan. Together with the well-established international Netzsch group, Netzsch Japan will further develop, produce, distribute ...

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WITec opens branch offices in Japan and Spain

03-09-2012

WITec GmbH continues to expand its worldwide presence with the opening of new regional offices in Japan and Spain. Both offices will provide sales operations, pre- and after-sales technical support, customer event organization or product demonstrations. The WITec office in Japan is conveniently ...

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Tokyo Institute of Technology research: Simplifying genetic codes to look back in time

Tokyo Institute of Technology researchers show simpler versions of the universal genetic code can still function in protein synthesis

29-08-2012

Daisuke Kiga and co-workers at the Department of Computational Intelligence and Systems Science at Tokyo Institute of Technology, together with researchers across Japan, have shown that simpler versions of the universal genetic code, created by knocking out certain amino acids, can still function ...

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