Found 170 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
An Ultra-Bright and Highly Coherent Electron Source Developed to Improve the Performance of Electron-Beam Analytical Instrument26-January-2016
—100 Times Brighter Than Current Electron Sources and Paving the Way for the Development of the Next-Generation Electron Microscopes—
High-Quality Mono-Silicon Crystal Grown at Low Cost for Solar Cells13-January-2016
A joint research team in Japan has developed a “single-seed cast method,” a new casting method making it possible to grow high-quality mono silicon at low cost. New casting method may facilitate the return of a market-competitive solar cell industry.
Strongest Ever Spin-Phonon Coupling Observed13-January-2016
The Study May Contribute to the Development of High-Performance Functional Materials in Information & Communication and Electronics.
High-Speed Transistor Channel Developed Using a Core-Shell Nanowire Structure13-January-2016
Research groups in Japan and the U.S. jointly developed a double-layered nanowire, consisting of a germanium core and a silicon shell, which is a promising material for high-speed transistor channels. This is a significant step toward the realization of three-dimensional transistors capable of high integration faster than conventional transistors.
Major Step toward Confirming the Existence of the Majorana Particle, a Peculiar Fermion Equivalent to Its Own Antiparticle, in Materials21-December-2015
Impact to the Realization of Quantum Computers and Other Innovations. A research group in Japan theoretically demonstrated that the results of the experiments on the peculiar superconducting state reported by a Chinese research group in January 2015 prove the existence of the Majorana-type particles.
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