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Found 179 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Gold dust to control stem cells
17-June-2016

Researchers in Japan have shown that modified gold nanoparticles can be used to control the differentiation of stem cells into bone.

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Map of diamond-boron bond paves way for new materials
15-June-2016

Scientists in Japan have successfully recorded the atomic bonds between diamond and cubic boron nitride: the hardest known materials on earth. This feat could ultimately lead to the design of new types of semiconductors.

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High Efficient Solar Water Heating Achieved with Nanoparticles
13-June-2016

—Success May Promote Solar Heat Utilization Based on Plasmon Resonance of Ceramic Materials—

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Conversion efficiency of 18.2% achieved using perovskite solar cells
13-June-2016

A research group in Japan achieved energy conversion efficiency exceeding 18% using standard size perovskite solar cells for the first time in the world.

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Electrical Conductivity of Salt Water in Seismogenic Zones Theoretically Determined
13-June-2016

—A Step Forward in Understanding Mechanisms behind Magma Generation and the Outbreak of Earthquakes—


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