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The substances that make hydrogenation reactions more efficient are searched for at once in an automated flow reactor.
Using our originally developed automated flow reactor, we verified the performance changes of 21 additives in hydrogenation reactions and elucidated promising additives and their mechanisms of action.
AI will explain how the chemical reaction goes!
XAI, an artificial intelligence technology known as "explainable AI," has revealed for the first time in the world that it can explain molecular structures in the transition state of an activated state in a chemical reaction.
Successful ring-opening of propeller-shaped molecular triptycene by acid!
By simply mixing acid with triptycene, a propeller-shaped molecule with three blades of benzene rings, he discovered a reaction that removes only one of the three seams of the blades, and he successfully applied this reaction to the synthesis of acenes.
Prof. Masaru Tanaka was introduced on the university's website.
Prof. Masaru Tanaka was introduced in the 'Research Close-Up' section of the university's website, including a Youtube video.
Also used in ECMO! Elucidating the Mechanism of Functional Expression of Antithrombogenic Polymers
We have succeeded in elucidating the mechanism by which the antithrombotic properties of poly(2-methoxyethyl acrylate) (PMEA), which is actually used in the inner wall coating of ECMO circuits, develop.
Success in capturing the "moment" when cells adhere to the substrate surface with high spatio-temporal resolution
Nanosized fibrous structures radiate out and cells temporarily fasten themselves
Success in Development of Flexible Microneedle pH Sensor with Excellent Biocompatibility
We are developing next-generation medical diagnostic technology.
Demonstration of artificial nanostructures that convert light into surface waves traveling in one direction
We have demonstrated nano-optical devices with diode-like rectifying action, which is essential for freely manipulating the propagation of light.
One material with two functions could lead to faster memory
A fast-switching, all-inorganic CsPbBr3 perovskite quantum dot device with simultaneous resistance change memory (RRAM) and luminescent electrochemical cell (LEC) functionality has been developed.
Development of a microflow system for automated analysis of the dynamic stereochemical behavior of organic molecules.
We have developed a microflow system that enables rapid and precise automated analysis of the rate of racemization of dynamic chiral molecules.
Successful analysis of shape distribution of exosomes
We discovered that the shape distribution of biological particles called exosomes in body fluids could be used as a new indicator for cancer diagnosis.
Research results from the International Core Lab Collaboration are featured on the front cover of Small
Selected as a Front Cover!
Directly observe molecular movements in a "living cell" at nano-resolution on a plasmon meta-surface
Using a plasmon metasurface composed of uniformly self-assembled gold nanoparticles, we have successfully observed the cluster formation process of the adhesion mottle protein paxillin in living cells in real time with nano-resolution.
Succeeded in improving the efficiency of polymer optical modulators and renewed the world's fastest optical data transmission
Development of ultra-high-speed optical modulator using electro-optical polymers and successful optical data transmission at the world's fastest speed of 200 gigabits per second