Professor Masaki Inagaki talks to Advanced Science News as part of the 5th anniversary of Advanced Science.
Achieving zero waste won’t be easy. But, I know for sure we’ll never achieve it without deliberate effort.
An e-tattoo measures cardiac health in two ways and can be monitored on a smartphone.
Using homogeneous organic dyes as sustainable catalysts opens up new ways for a green hydrogen peroxide-based energy source.
Bacteria are able to build biofilm bridges to connect with adjacent bacterial colonies.
Arsenic trioxide is a promising novel latency-reversing agent to achieve the goal of eradicating HIV-1.
Distinguishing tumors from normal brain cells is important in diagnosis and is particularly challenging in glioma (a type of tumor that occurs in the brain and spinal cord) surgery due to the lack of clear interfaces between healthy and affected cells. Prof. Marie...
Using cellulose-based fibers and nanotechnology to remove arsenic from drinking water.
The challenges and an outlook on this promising class of DNA hybrid materials are discussed.
Ideas for cities on a warmer planet.