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The Kibble-Zurek mechanism for nonequilibrium phase transitions

Phys Dot Org 30 Nov 2022
The Kibble-Zurek (KZ) mechanism, confirmed experimentally only for equilibrium phase transitions, is also applicable for non-equilibrium phase transitions, as is now shown by Tokyo Tech researchers in a new study ... To this end, a research group from the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), Japan led by Prof.

The University of Tokyo and Sekisui House Launch Joint Research on Biodiversity and Health

The Joplin Globe 30 Nov 2022
The Laboratory of Conservation Ecology 1, Department of Ecosystem Studies, GSALS at the University of Tokyo conducts research on the conservation of urban biodiversity and the management of ecosystem services (the benefits to human society provided by ecosystems) ... Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Tokyo.

Tokyo Court Rules Japan’s Same-Sex Marriage Ban Not Unconstitutional

Time Magazine 30 Nov 2022
Earlier this month, the Tokyo metropolitan government began issuing partnership certificates to same-sex couples, which allow same-sex couples that live, work or study in the Tokyo area to benefit from some rights and welfare programs that opposite-sex couples are eligible for, ...

L'Université de Tokyo et la Sekisui House entament des recherches conjointes sur la biodiversité et ...

Cadillac News 30 Nov 2022
Le Laboratory of Conservation Ecology 1, Department of Ecosystem Studies, GSALS de l'Université de Tokyo, mène des recherches sur la conservation de la biodiversité urbaine et la gestion des services écosystémiques (les avantages pour la société humaine fournis par les écosystèmes).

Why does time fly when you’re having fun?

Technology Org 29 Nov 2022
Fun times seem to pass quickly because the pacemaker ticks faster than usual, making time accumulate in a shorter period than it does ... fMRI that measures brain structure and function. The brain is scanned with this instrument to study the brain’s perception of time and other aspects of the brain. Image credit. University of Tokyo ... University of Tokyo.

Japan considers preemptive missile strikes to defend against an imminent attack

Stars and Stripes 29 Nov 2022
TOKYOJapan is looking to acquire a “counterstrike capability” to take out enemy missile sites if the country is attacked, the nation’s Ministry of Defense confirmed Tuesday ... A spokesman for U.S. Forces Japan said Japan and the U.S ... Grant Newsham, a senior researcher with the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies in Tokyo, said in an email Monday ... .

Carlos Perez Appointed Chief Transformation Officer

Victoria Advocate 29 Nov 2022
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa., Nov ... Perez has over 20 years of experience, most recently holding the role of Chief Operating Officer at Bupa Global Latin America ... Whether it's executives doing business in Tokyo, students studying in Spain, or tourists traveling the world, the power of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield brand is always within reach ... SOURCE GeoBlue.

Ambassador to lobby for visa-free entry to Japan

Sun Star 28 Nov 2022
In a previous SunStar Davao report, Tokyo-based airlines All Nippon Airways (ANA) had studied for an establishment of a direct air link between Davao and Japan ... While this had to be studied, she is optimistic about a direct flight from Davao to Tokyo, Japan's capital, considering it is one of the prominent tourist destinations.

Only 16% of population has taken vaccine for Omicron variant

Asahi News 28 Nov 2022
Hirotada Hirose, a professor emeritus of disaster risk studies at Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, said, “Communicating accurate and detailed information on the effects and side effects of the vaccine and correcting misinformation found in places such as the internet will convince people to take the vaccine.” .

"Chemical neurons" find and process data stored on DNA

New Atlas 28 Nov 2022
Scientists have been experimenting with ways to use DNA as a data storage medium, but it’s difficult to retrieve and manipulate data written to it ... In the new study, researchers from the CNRS, the ESPCI Paris-PSL and the University of Tokyo focused on improving ways to find specific pieces of data stored on DNA, and performing calculations with it ... .
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What happened to those CubeSats that were launched with Artemis I?

Phys Dot Org 28 Nov 2022
This satellite was developed by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and the University of Tokyo to image Earth's plasmasphere and study Earth's radiation environment from the Earth-Moon L2 point.Lunar IceCube ... Developed by JAXA, this lunar lander (the smallest ever deployed) will study the lunar environment.Team Miles.

Vote ‘not likely’ to affect 2024 result

Taipei Times 27 Nov 2022
ANALYSIS ... Yoshiyuki Ogasawara, a professor at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies who correctly predicted that the DPP would win only five municipalities, told the Asahi Shimbun newspaper that the ruling party had chosen the wrong Taipei and Taoyuan mayoral candidates, and was unsuccessful in playing up the China issue before the election ... .

Synchronizing chaos through a narrow slice of the spectrum

Phys Dot Org 25 Nov 2022
Ludovico Minati, lead author of the study ... Jim Bartels, doctoral student at the Nano Sensing Unit, where the study was conducted ... Minati, later analyzing together their behaviors and relationship to other systems in nature, and provided several theoretical foundations which were used for the study by the Tokyo Tech researchers.

Can Tokyo’s charms be replicated elsewhere?

Economist 24 Nov 2022
It was renamed Tokyo—literally, “The Eastern Capital... Yet the planners’ reach was limited, and much of the rebuilding happened haphazardly, from the bottom up.\nAs Tokyo thrived in the post-war era, so did interest in its past, producing a boom in so-called Edo-Tokyo Gaku, or Edo-Tokyo Studies. In “Tokyo.

Sino-Japanese talks gather momentum

China Daily 24 Nov 2022
Concerns raised by Beijing at the talks include Tokyo's plan to discharge radioactive ... Huang Dahui, a professor of East Asia studies at Renmin University of China in Beijing, said it is important to keep track of Tokyo's further words and actions given its two-faced China policy.

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