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Trends in Research

Online ISSN: 2516-7138

Hiroyuki Aizawa

Aizawa Science Museum, Japan

Trends in Research is a bimonthly, peer-reviewed journal which considers research across all fields of medical, clinical, engineering, environmental, pharmaceutical and life sciences disciplines.

Journal will feature research, review papers, reports, editorials, expert opinion and perspective papers, commentaries, and book reviews.

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Hiroyuki Aizawa


Hiroyuki Aizawa was the President of Aizawa Science Museum for education and consultation of modern science. He develops a new enterprise of science and publish textbooks and essay for education.

Hiroyuki Aizawa was born at Saitama, Japan in 1963. He graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1991 and became a research scientist at the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science until 2000. He moved to USA as a neuroscientist at the Jhons Hopkins Medical institute from 2001 to 2005. He was a Professor of Applied Life Science at the University of Tokyo from 2009 to 2014. Then, he launched an internet museum "Aizawa Science Museum" and became the President.

He develops a new system of natural science based on the novel theory of physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, and cosmology and revealed that an hydrogen atom is an elastic sphere in motion, which creates all the elements in the world. Then, he suggested that a space tornado created the Galaxy from hydrogen gasses in the Cosmos. Now, he was developing new optics, in which light travels faster in the air on earth than in the vacuum at space. In the near future, he will explore to develop new theories in electricity, magnetism, gravity, and particle physics.

Hiroyuki Aizawa


Hiroyuki Aizawa was the President of Aizawa Science Museum for education and consultation of modern science. He develops a new enterprise of science and publish textbooks and essay for education.

Hiroyuki Aizawa was born at Saitama, Japan in 1963. He graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1991 and became a research scientist at the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science until 2000. He moved to USA as a neuroscientist at the Jhons Hopkins Medical institute from 2001 to 2005. He was a Professor of Applied Life Science at the University of Tokyo from 2009 to 2014. Then, he launched an internet museum "Aizawa Science Museum" and became the President.

He develops a new system of natural science based on the novel theory of physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, and cosmology and revealed that an hydrogen atom is an elastic sphere in motion, which creates all the elements in the world. Then, he suggested that a space tornado created the Galaxy from hydrogen gasses in the Cosmos. Now, he was developing new optics, in which light travels faster in the air on earth than in the vacuum at space. In the near future, he will explore to develop new theories in electricity, magnetism, gravity, and particle physics.

Regional Editor-in-Chief

John J. Sauk

Professor
University of Louisville
USA

Executive Editors

Ichiro Kasajima

Laboratory of Plant Pathology
Faculty of Agriculture
Iwate University
Japan

Akira Sugawara

Department of Molecular Endocrinology
Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine
Japan

Editorial Board

Antonio SCOPA

School of Agriculture, Forestry, Food and Environmental Sciences
University of Basilicata
Italy

Abuzar Kabir

International Forensic Research Institute
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Florida International University
USA

Majid Alabbood

Specialist Endocrinologist
Macquarie University
Sydney, Australia


Attila Kardos

Vice-Chair Research & Development
Clinical Lead for Multimodality Cardiovascular Imaging Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Hon Sen Lecturer Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Radcliffe Department of Medicine University Oxford
UK

Pengcheng Liu

Shanghai Ninth People's Hospital
School of Medicine
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
China

Kazi Ahsan Jamil

Centre of Studies for Preclinical Science
Faculty of Dentistry
Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM)
Malaysia


Hon Jung

Institute of Tropical Aquaculture (AKUATROP)
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu
Malaysia

Nasrallah M. Deraz

Advanced Nanomaterials Chemistry and Catalysis National Research Centre
Egypt

Konrad Schargel

Sección de Glaucoma
Servicio de Oftalmología
Hospital de Torrevieja
España

In Press

Volume 1, Issue 4


On criteria for determination of brain death

Hiroyuki Aizawa

Editorial Article-Trends in Research (TR)

November 05, 2018


Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 3


FK960 binding proteins, quinone oxidoreductase2 and pyridoxal kinase were identified by LC-MS/MS for drug discovery of Alzheimer's treatment

Zenzaburo Tozuka Akihiro Kunisawa Fumiyuki Shirai Yoshinori Ishii

Research Article-Trends in Research (TR)

August 16, 2018


Chimeric antigen receptors: Leading the next frontier of anti-cancer therapy

Yan Leyfman

Review Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 05, 2018


Successful tips of DNA extraction and PCR of plants for beginners

Ichiro Kasajima

Review Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 07, 2018


Maternal heart rate patterns under resting conditions in late pregnancy

Hein Odendaal Coen Groenewald Michael M. Myers William P. Fifer

Research Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 12, 2018


Trends in Research for human benefit

Hiroyuki Aizawa

Editorial Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 20, 2018


Biotechnological potential of by-products of the Brazilian animal protein industry in the generation of xenogeneic biomaterials for bone regeneration

Igor Iuco Castro-Silva Jesus Alberto Perez Guerrero Maria Janaina Paula Gomes Men de Sa Moreira de Souza Filho

Commentary Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 28, 2018


Archive


Volume 1

FK960 binding proteins, quinone oxidoreductase2 and pyridoxal kinase were identified by LC-MS/MS for drug discovery of Alzheimer's treatment

Zenzaburo Tozuka Akihiro Kunisawa Fumiyuki Shirai Yoshinori Ishii

Research Article-Trends in Research (TR)

August 16, 2018


Chimeric antigen receptors: Leading the next frontier of anti-cancer therapy

Yan Leyfman

Review Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 05, 2018


Successful tips of DNA extraction and PCR of plants for beginners

Ichiro Kasajima

Review Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 07, 2018


Maternal heart rate patterns under resting conditions in late pregnancy

Hein Odendaal Coen Groenewald Michael M. Myers William P. Fifer

Research Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 12, 2018


Trends in Research for human benefit

Hiroyuki Aizawa

Editorial Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 20, 2018


Biotechnological potential of by-products of the Brazilian animal protein industry in the generation of xenogeneic biomaterials for bone regeneration

Igor Iuco Castro-Silva Jesus Alberto Perez Guerrero Maria Janaina Paula Gomes Men de Sa Moreira de Souza Filho

Commentary Article-Trends in Research (TR)

September 28, 2018


Age- and gender-specific silent cardiovascular risk factors in children and adolescents: The PEP family heart study

Gerda-Maria Haas Peter Schwandt

Research Article-Trends in Research (TR)

June 15, 2018


Okinawa and review of the historical records on Agent Orange

Alvin L. Young Kristian L. Young

Review Article-Trends in Research (TR)

June 25, 2018


Allosteric effect by synchronized resonance of amide bonds through alpha-helix

Hiroyuki Aizawa

Perspective Article-Trends in Research (TR)

July 11, 2018


Bilateral cryptogenic metastases to the femur and foot

Wilson I B Onuigbo Chukwuemeka B Eze

Case Report Article-Trends in Research (TR)

July 13, 2018


Molecular genetics of male infertility: A mini-review

Kleber Santiago Freitas e Silva

Mini-Review Article-Trends in Research (TR)

July 30, 2018


Structural stabilization of polypeptides in a phospholipid bilayer

Hiroyuki Aizawa

Case Report -Trends in Research (TR)

March 19, 2018


Pulseoximetry is reliable for screening of sleep apnea regardless of software

Andreo Larsen

Research Article -Trends in Research (TR)

March 28, 2018


Melt curve analysis for interpretation of MicroRNAs' gene expression data in foods

Farid E. Ahmed Laila Hussein Mostafa M. Gouda Paul W. Vos Nancy C. Ahmed

Research Article-Trends in Research (TR)

May 25, 2018


Linear and nonlinear analyses for detection of sudden cardiac death (SCD) using ECG and HRV signals

Elias Ebrahimzadeh Farahnaz Fayaz Fereshteh Ahmadi Mohammadjavad Rahimi Dolatabad

Research Article-Trends in Research (TR)

May 30, 2018


A confluence of radical chemistry: S-Adenosylmethionine and Adenosylcob(III)alamin

Perry A. Frey

Review Article-Trends in Research (TR)

May 31, 2018


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