Nichia, a major Japanese light-emitting diode maker based in Anan, Tokushima Prefecture today announced the development of a high-power LED that can effectively inactivate the novel coronavirus. Nichia expects the LED can..
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A research team from Japan’s Osaka University led by Koji Nishida conducted the world’s first transplant of corneal tissues using induced pluripotent stem cells, or iPS cells last month. The female patient..
Researchers in South Korea from Seoul National University have developed a new technology that can predict the onset of Alzheimer’s disease through a blood test before the physical symptoms start to show…
South Korean researchers develop sensor that detect a person’s intake of amphetamine-based drugs with a drop of sweat
A portable wireless sensor developed by South Korean researchers (co-developed by Korea’s Institute for Basic Science and Pohang University of Science and Technology) is able to detect a person’s intake of amphetamine-based..
Pusan National University researchers from South Korea has developed a new type of artificial nose, or electronic nose which is able to detect endocrine disruptors and distinguish the place of origin for..
Professional gamers will play StarCraft against artificial intelligence (AI) programs in Seoul next month. Sejong University plans to host the match March 30 to see if AI systems can outplay humans in..
Mitsubishi Electric has developed the world’s first Automated Design Deep Learning Algorithm to automatically design deep-learning structures for the fast, low-cost development of artificial intelligence (AI) systems, without the input of specialized..
LG Chem, world’s largest OLED light panel manufacturer, today unveiled the world’s biggest building installation of OLED lighting at the inauguration ceremony for Seoul National University’s new main library.LG Chem supplied 1,100..
World’s first living donor lung transplant using part of a donor’s right lung to replace a recipient’s left lung was successfully completed at Kyoto University Hospital in Japan on early March 2014…
3-D imaging display system allows viewers to experience the devastation of Nagasaki after A-bomb attack
A new 3-D imaging display system in Japan allows viewers to experience the devastation of Nagasaki immediately after the 1945 atomic bombing. Virtual Genshiya (Virtual atomic wasteland), developed by Takashi Fujiki, a..