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Development of a displacement sensor to measure gravity of smallest source mass ever
17-May-2019

One of the most unknown phenomena in modern physics is gravity. Its measurement and laws remain somewhat of an enigma. Researchers at Tohoku University have revealed important information about a new aspect of the nature of gravity by probing the smallest mass-scale.

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Contact: Tomoko Yokota Institution: Tohoku University Category: Technology
 
Promising Treatment for Periodontitis Gum Regeneration
10-May-2019

Researchers have designed a safer, faster and cheaper cell-based regenerative therapy approach for the treatment of one of the most common human dental diseases, namely periodontitis.

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Contact: Tomoko Yokota Institution: Tohoku University Category: Medicine
 
Older adults with obesity may have fewer years of healthy life
9-May-2019

A study by researchers at Duke-NUS, conducted of older Singaporeans (above 60 years) showed that those with a higher Body Mass Index (BMI) might have the same number of remaining years of life compared to those with a lower BMI, but spend fewer of those years in good health.

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Contact: dukenus Institution: Duke-NUS Medical School Category: Medicine
 
Tsunami signals to measure glacier calving in Greenland
8-May-2019

Scientists have employed a new method utilizing tsunami signals to calculate the calving magnitude of an ocean-terminating glacier in northwestern Greenland, uncovering correlations between calving flux and environmental factors such as air temperature, ice speed, and ocean tides.

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Contact: Hokkaido University Institution: Hokkaido University Category: Science
 
DGIST developed Next Generation Core Semiconductor Technology based on Graphene with Enhanced High Frequency Signal Transmission Speed
8-May-2019

DGIST Professor Jae Eun Jang’s team developed high frequency signal transmission line technology which maximizes carrier concentration of graphene using graphene-amorphous carbon junction structure.

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Contact: Nari Kim Institution: DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology) Category: Technology
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