Tokyo Institute of Technology
Iga received the 2021 IEEE Edison Medal for pioneering the development of the vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser.
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Using atomic force microscopy, researchers in Japan have discovered a method to align molecules on a graphene surface.
By wrapping carbon nanorings around iodine, researchers have developed a material that emits white light in response to electrical stimulation.
Scientists in Japan have discovered a simplified method to synthesize sulfur-based organic semiconductors more efficiently.
Researchers have succeeded at observing how raft domains, active sections of the cell membrane with special groups of molecules, form in live cells.
The academia-industry partnership is hoped to yield small molecule drugs that can treat symptoms of circadian clock disruption.
Synthetic chemistry has enabled researchers to develop small molecule drugs which target regulators of the circadian cycle.
Eisai and Merck have entered a partnership to test combinations of their patented drugs on breast and other cancers.