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Found 156 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Single-Crystal Phosphors Suitable for Ultra-Bright, High-Power White Light Sources
25-August-2015

Researchers in Japan successfully developed single-crystal phosphors that use a blue LD (laser diode) as an excitation light source, are suitable for ultra-bright, high-power white lighting, and have outstanding temperature characteristics.

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Decision Making by Single Photons
20-August-2015

A joint research has demonstrated experimentally that single photons can be used to make decisions in uncertain, dynamically changing environments.

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Meteorite Impacts Can Create DNA Building Blocks
18-August-2015

A new study shown that meteorite impacts on ancient oceans may have created nucleobases and amino acids.

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A world first! Parity effect observed in graphene, a material garnering great attention
5-August-2015

A new phenomenon in which flow of electricity completely changes with odd and even numbers of junctions

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World’s Highest Magnetic Field* (1,020MHz) NMR developed
2-July-2015

Application of High-Temperature Superconductor Was the Key. A Big Step Forward in Accelerating the Development of New Drugs and Materials

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