Japanese researchers have identified a series of molecular candidates for those parts of dog allergens that cause immune reactions in people — the first step in developing a vaccine against most causes of dog allergies.
Scientists at Osaka University have developed a label-free method for identifying respiratory viruses based on changes in electrical current when they pass through silicon nanopores, which may lead to new rapid Covid-19 tests.
Researchers at Osaka University have developed a two-step process that can produce materials for optoelectronic devices such as solar cells with good morphological properties and excellent photoresistor performance. The films are based on bismuth sulfide which is non-toxic.
Researchers at the Osaka University successfully used a single-molecule sequencing method to investigate the fluid dynamics of a single DNA molecule in solution. The method could represented a substantive step toward realizing personalized genomic diagnosis of cancer and other diseases.
Researchers at Osaka University have developed a new catalytic system for efficiently splitting water and making hydrogen with energy from normal sunlight. Their study was recently reported in Angewandte Chemie International Edition.