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Found 184 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Cuttable Display Sheets Developed
29-July-2016

A research group in Japan has developed new display sheets that can be cut into any shape with scissors.

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Selective sensing of harmful molecules with light
22-July-2016

Scientists are developing more highly sensitive devices for the detection of biological and chemical compounds.

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New Mechanism of Negative Magnetoresistivity Discovered
14-July-2016

An international group of researchers measured the magnetoresistive effects of palladium–cobalt oxide (PdCoO2), a non-magnetic, highly conductive material. When a magnetic field was applied to PdCoO2, they observed significant phenomena, the conductivity of PdCoO2 greatly increased with increasing magnetic field.

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Low-Current, Highly Integrable Spintronics Device Developed
27-June-2016

Use of Ion Conducting Solid Electrolyte Created a Breakthrough. A Step toward Realization of Low-Current High-Capacity Memory Devices.

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High-Pressure Generator Using a Superconducting Diamond Developed
27-June-2016

Integration of a Hime Diamond into the Device Simplifies Measurement of Electrical Resistance under Ultra-High Pressure.

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