But because hibernating animals' metabolisms drop so dramatically, it's difficult to detect what molecules might control the phenomenon, notes biologist Noriaki Kondo of Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology in Tokyo.
What does KAST stand for?
KAST stands for Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology (Japan)
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We have 4 other meanings of KAST in our Acronym Attic
- Kids and School Supplies (Evanston, IL)
- Kinship and Social Security (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology; Germany)
- Korean American Students of Smith (Smith College; Northampton, MA)
- Korean Association of Students and Scholars (University of North Carolina)
- Knowledge Assessment and Sharing on Sustainable Agriculture
- Kingston Area Secondary School Athletic Association (Ontario)
- Kentucky Association of Secondary School Principals (Danville, KY)
- Knowledge Aided Sensor Signal Processing and Expert Reasoning (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency; US DoD)
- Karelian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (former Soviet Union republic)
- Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic
- Kids Are Scientists Too (University of Connecticut)
- Kirkland Artist Studio Tour (Washington)
- Kootenay Association for Science and Technology (British Columbia, Canada)
- Korean Academy of Science and Technology (South Korea)
- Kurihama Alcoholism Screening Test (Japan)
- Korean Association of Science and Technology in Australia
- Korean-American Science and Technology News
- Korea Association of Standards and Testing Organizations
- Kasavuoren Ajattelijat (Organization in Finland)
- Kagoshima Association of Social Workers (Japan)
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Using the brilliantly blue Morpho sulkowskyi butterfly as their model, Zhong-Ze Gu of the Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology in Japan and his coworkers designed a synthetic superhydrophobic coating in a variety of bright colors.