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An exclusive interview with Takeshi Sakurai from his science career to orexin systems

Dr. Takeshi Sakurai is mostly known for his key role in discovering orexin/hypocretin neuropeptide. He brought tremendous contributions to our understanding of Neurobiology of sleep/wake and orexin systems. 1,509 more words

Brain Planet Series

Tsukuba - science and owl city

Tsukuba is very much a science city, with Tsukuba Science City being a center for research and education. What sets Tsukuba apart from other town developments in Japan is the large scale and fast pace of its development into a place with high quality of scientific innovation. 169 more words


Food in Tsukuba

It’s been only 2 weeks in Tsukuba. This post is all about food that I ate for the part week. Actually I normally had lunch in AIST’s cafeteria. 91 more words


Tsukuba Space Centre

We rented bicycles and had a look around Tsukuba. We had a lunch at the lovely Cafe Andersen before going to the Tsukuba Space Centre. This is the operations facility and headquarters for the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). 85 more words


[EVENT] Attack Tsukuba 2019 Part 1

I’m pretty late to the party, but I’m finally getting the rest of the Attack 2019 coverage up on the site! This year was my third year attending the event but the aura and presence of Tsukuba Circuit still resonates strongly with me, in a good way of course. 632 more words


What's wrong Kanto

A travel blog about my short spring holiday trip to Kanto area including, Tokyo, Ibaraki and Kanagawa prefecture.

On the first day I woke up like 4 in the morning to catch the early shinkansen to Tokyo. 449 more words


Autostrada Subaru GC8 @ Attack Tsukuba 2019

Big power and big aero… two things that are synonymous to the world of time attack. Well, maybe not big power since many time attackers can put down blistering lap times with minimal power, but big aero is… 378 more words