itation: Yoko Nakai-Futatsugi, Hitoshi Niwa
, "Zscan4 Is Activated after Telomere Shortening in Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells," Stem Cell Reports, 2016; DOI: 10.
In a separate statement, Niwa
said Jica assures strong support and committed assistance regardless of the outcome of the peace process in the region.
By helping develop Metro Manila's mass transit system, we can expand growth and develop surrounding cities," Niwa
Phil Sutton, a NIWA
oceanographer, said in a statement the latest technology has allowed scientists to fill in the gap in data between the top 2,000 meters of the sea and the ocean.
had worked with the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS Science) in a major revision of the New Zealand National Seismic Hazard Model to capture submarine faulting.
, his predecessor in Beijing, raised hackles at home when he said a plan by Tokyo s nationalist governor to buy the islands could cause a crisis between China and Japan, jeopardising economic ties.
Through close exchanges of views, we should ensure that individual problems do not exert influence on the broader Japan-China relationship," Niwa
said at a symposium, two days after his official vehicle was attacked in Beijing amid widespread anti-Japan demonstrations in China related to a territorial dispute.
TOKYO, Aug 27 (KUNA) -- A man attacked the official car carrying Japanese Ambassador to China Uichiro Niwa
in Beijing on Monday, Kyodo News Agency reported, citing the Japanese Embassy in Beijing.
The envisioned replacement of Uichiro Niwa
, the first Japanese ambassador to China with a private-sector background, follows contentious remarks he made on the Japanese-administered Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, also claimed by China and Taiwan.
Japan plans to open a consular dispatch office in the central Chinese industrial city of Wuhan within a year to help promote bilateral economic relations, Japanese Ambassador to China Uichiro Niwa
But the most awaited encounter of the day was the boys singles final between Japan's Koki Niwa
amd Gaoyuan Lin of China, a battle which ended in favour of the former 4-2 (3-11, 11-6, 7-11, 11-8, 13-11, 11-9).
The recommendation by a group under the panel, headed by Otsura Niwa
, a professor emeritus at Kyoto University, would be employed when the government reviews provisional radiation limits for food products and soil, many of which were hurriedly set after the start of the nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant.