News file for: Osaka University
During a recent visit to Singapore, Dr. Shinya Yamanaka candidly discussed his early career, what inspires him, and the challenges he faced leading up to the 2012 Nobel Prize.
The Australian Academy of Science President, Professor Suzanne Cory, has become the first Australian to be admitted to The Japan Academy.
China may soon surpass Japan as the Asia-Pacific leader in research output, says a new report published today by the Nature Publishing Group.
A daily dose of tea and coffee may help to cut the risk of stroke by 20 percent, says a new study.
Japanese stem cell scientist Shinya Yamanaka and John B. Gurdon of the U.K. have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012.
Singapore scientists have for the first time identified the molecular ‘switch’ that directly triggers the body’s first line of defense against pathogens.
Researchers from Japan and the U.K. have identified a new male fertility gene that may help with the development of future fertility treatments in humans.
DNA from the heart’s own cells may play a role in heart failure by mistakenly activating the body’s immune system, researchers have found.
The QS World University Rankings 2011/12 released on Sunday by Quacquarelli Symonds has shown the gains made by Asian universities on this global ranking table.
A new report describes how mouse embryonic stem cells (ESCs) are able to differentiate and assemble into an optic cup of the eye.