One of them has gone to Tokyo University of Science, Yamaguchi and the other one is now at RWTH chen University in Germany," the professor added.
What does TUS stand for?
TUS stands for Tokyo University of Science (Japan)
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We have 46 other meanings of TUS in our Acronym Attic
- Trade Union Research Unit
- Tactical Unmanned System (US DoD)
- Technicien d'Usinage (French: Machining Technician)
- Technology Update Seminar
- Temperature Uniformity Survey (measurement of furnace temperature variation)
- The Usual Suspects
- The Usual Suspects (gaming clan)
- Tipta Uzmanlik Sinavi (Turkish)
- Tisfoon Ulterior Systems (Cary, NC)
- Tobacco Use Supplement
- Torrance Unified School (Torrance, CA)
- Totally Useless Software
- Traditional Use Study
- Trailing Umbilical System
- Transabdominal Ultrasound
- Transmission Unattended Site
- Tucson, AZ, USA - Tucson International Airport (Airport Code)
- Turn-und Sport (German: Gymnastic and Sport; fitness clubs; Germany)
- Typical Use Scenario
- Tabata USA
Samples in periodicals archive:
Asia/Pacific: Professor Reiko Kuroda, Tokyo University of Science (Japan)--"For discovering the functional importance of the difference between left handed and right handed molecules which has applications for research is neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's.
Econano was developed by die SATO Group in collaboration with Masahiko Abe of the Tokyo University of Science, and the university s venture company; ACTIVE.
The Japanese team, headed by Shigeru Matsushima, a professor at Tokyo University of Science, has visited Saudi Arabia at least three times since October 2008 to conduct massive field studies and research.
The product is based on research by the Tokyo University of Science into the effects of aroma on human mental activity.
A recent issue of Cancer Prevention Research published the results of a trial conducted by scientists at the Tokyo University of Science that determined sulforaphane, a compound that occurs in high amounts in broccoli and its sprouts, helps suppress Helicobacter pylori, the bacterium responsible for stomach ulcers and many cases of stomach cancer.