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Visualizing Temperature Transport: An Unexpected Technique for Nanoscale Characterization

Technology Org 01 Dec 2021
In a few studies, scientists managed to measure the thermal transport properties in molecular junctions at the nanoscale using a technique called scanning thermal microscopy (SThM) ... >In a recent study published in Journal of the American Chemical Society, scientists from Tokyo Tech reported a serendipitous yet important finding while using SThM.
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Prolacta Bioscience Enrolls First Infant in Japan-based Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Effect of an ...

Victoria Advocate 01 Dec 2021
Mizuno-sensei, in association with a clinical research organization, will oversee the 10-site study taking place at Showa University Hospital, Showa University Koto Toyosu Hospital, Showa University Northern Yokohama Hospital, Nara Medical University Hospital, Saitama City ...
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Abrupt ban on foreign travelers causing dismay, frustration

Asahi News 30 Nov 2021
“To be honest, I’m confused,” said Kosuke Osada, an assistant section chief of the Student Exchange Division at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies ... About 1,000 foreign students had been waiting to enter Japan to study at the University of Tokyo as of early November.
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Japanese border tightens back up

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 30 Nov 2021
TOKYO -- With the emergence of the omicron variant of the coronavirus late last week, countries across the globe rushed to close their borders to travelers from southern Africa, even in the absence of scientific information about whether such measures were necessary or likely to be effective in stopping the virus's spread.
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Princess Aiko turns 20, vows to support parents in official duties

Kyodo 30 Nov 2021
Official ceremonies to mark the princess's coming of age have been pushed back to the weekend to avoid disrupting her classes at Gakushuin University in Tokyo, where she is currently studying Japanese literature. Princess Aiko is pictured at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo on Nov.
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Late Korean realist sculptor's works reframed through photographic exhibition

Korea Times 29 Nov 2021
Installation view of the exhibition, "Images of Eternity ... By Park Han-sol ... But after Korea's liberation, he went back to Japan to study sculpture at the Musashino Art University, Tokyo, under the renowned artist, Takashi Shimizu ... Mok Jung-wook's "Study of 'Self-Portrait' fig no. 131" (2021), left, and "Study of 'Christ on Cross' fig no ... .
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Jakucho Setouchi, 99, dies; Buddhist priest wrote of sex and love

Indian Express 28 Nov 2021
Setouchi studied Japanese literature at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University and married Yasushi Sakai, who was nine years her senior, in 1943, during World War II ... She returned to Japan in 1946 and settled with her family in Tokyo in 1947.
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ARBUCKLE, Edward Charlie

Santa Barbara News-Press 28 Nov 2021
After that, his projects took him to Tokyo (a modeling study of Tokyo traffic), Saudi Arabia (feasibility studies for a flat glass plant and the heavy equipment business), Korea (establishment of an industrial standards system and a DOE-sponsored study of energy use), Kuwait (an ...
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World Athletics finds female athletes target of 87 percent of online abuse at Tokyo Olympics

Wtop 27 Nov 2021
The findings come from a study conducted during the Games and published on Thursday ... Using a sample of 161 Twitter handles of current and former athletes involved in Tokyo, the study tracked their accounts starting one week before the opening ceremony of the Olympics and concluded the day after the closing ceremony ... The study said.
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Probing the dysregulation of ubiquitin-specific protease 8 activity in Cushing's disease

Phys Dot Org 26 Nov 2021
Explaining the motivation behind their study, Dr. Toshiaki Fukushima, Assistant Professor at Cell Biology Center, Institute of Innovative Research at Tokyo Tech, who led the study, says, "We were already exploring the role of mutated USP8 in Cushing's disease ... Provided by Tokyo Institute of Technology.
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World Athletics: ‘Disturbing’ level of abuse on social media

Federal News Radio 26 Nov 2021
Nearly three out of every 20 track and field athletes whose social media feeds were monitored in a study at the Tokyo Olympics were subject to abusive posts, and women were targeted in more than 85% of those posts, according to results released Thursday by the sport’s global regulator.
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Doing photon upconversion a solid: Crystals that convert light to more useful wavelengths

Phys Dot Org 26 Nov 2021
Now, in a recent study led by Associate Professor Yoichi Murakami from Tokyo Tech, Japan, a team of researchers found the answer to this challenge ... Overall, this study brings van der Waals crystals back into the game of PUC as an effective way of creating outstanding solid materials using versatile hydrocarbon annihilators.
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Olympics: Coe calls Games social media survey results 'disturbing'

Straits Times 26 Nov 2021
PARIS (AFP) - World Athletics president Sebastian Coe described as "disturbing" the results of a study conducted during the Tokyo Olympics to identify and address targeted, abusive messages sent to athletes via social media ... 89 per cent of racist abuse was targeted at US athletes, despite them representing only 23 per cent of the study set.
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Olympics survey results ‘disturbing’: Coe

Taipei Times 26 Nov 2021
World Athletics president Sebastian Coe on Thursday described as “disturbing” the results of a study conducted during the Tokyo Summer Olympics to identify and address targeted, abusive messages sent to athletes through social media ... In the study timeframe, 240,707 tweets including 23,521 images, GIFs and videos were captured for analysis.
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Disturbing results from study on abuse: Coe

Straits Times 26 Nov 2021
LONDONWorld Athletics president Sebastian Coe has described as "disturbing" the results of a study conducted during the Tokyo Olympics to identify and address targeted, abusive messages sent to athletes via social media ... They were tracked during the July 15-Aug 9 study period, ...
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