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5-ALA and Iron in Synergistically Inhibiting Growth of Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria Parasites
2013.12.06
5-ALA and Iron in Synergistically Inhibiting Growth of Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria Parasites

Associate Professor Shun-ichiro Ogura

The University of Tokyo, a national univ...

TSUBAME-KFC is Ranked No. 1 on both Green500 and Green Graph 500 Lists
2013.12.04
TSUBAME-KFC is Ranked No. 1 on both Green500 and Green Graph 500 Lists

Overwhelming performance by the TSUBAME...

Tokyo Tech Research Introduced in BBC Click
2013.11.28
Tokyo Tech Research Introduced in BBC Click

Research conducted in Tokyo Tech's labs ...

Topological insulators: Breaking symmetry for faster computers
2013.11.14
Topological insulators: Breaking symmetry for faster computers

Associate Professor Takao Sasagawa

A new compound developed at Tokyo Tech s...

"Fishonauts" to enter space again
2013.11.12
"Fishonauts" to enter space again

Professor Akira Kudo

On November 7, a long-term space mission...

Origin of water on Mars inferred from hydrogen isotopic compositions of primitive martian meteorites
2013.11.12
Origin of water on Mars inferred from hydrogen isotopic compositions of primitive martian meteorites

Assistant Professor Tomohiro Usui

The sculpted channels of the Martian sou...

Associate Professor Osamu Hasegawa Honored with the Special Award of Innovative Technologies 2013
2013.11.11
Associate Professor Osamu Hasegawa Honored with the Special Award of Innovative Technologies 2013

Associate Professor Osamu Hasegawa

An artificial brain, SOINN (Self-Organiz...

DNA-based maleimide compound enables titration of reactive cysteinyl thiols in proteins
2013.11.11
DNA-based maleimide compound enables titration of reactive cysteinyl thiols in proteins

Professor Satoshi Hara

Thiols in protein are often subjected to...

Chemical transformation of carbon dioxide: Copper diphosphine complexes as catalysts for hydrosilylation
2013.11.08
Chemical transformation of carbon dioxide: Copper diphosphine complexes as catalysts for hydrosilylation

Lecturer Ken Motokura

Since carbon dioxide (CO2) is an abundan...