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Found 219 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Translating materials with math
9-June-2016

The rapidly evolving branches of materials science need mathematics to translate their accumulating knowledge into a common language.

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Finding superconducting needles in the metal haystack
3-June-2016

The discoverer of the first iron-based superconductor, one of Science magazine’s 2008 runner-up breakthroughs of the year, now reports finding around 100 new superconducting materials.

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Recent advances in optical materials
17-March-2016

Japanese scientists have reviewed recent progress in advanced optical materials based on gadolinium aluminate garnet (GAG), while pointing out the knowledge gaps that need to be filled to improve their optical performance.

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Magnetic nanoparticles show promise in biomedical applications
15-March-2016

Recent developments and research related to iron oxide nanoparticles confirm their potential in biomedical applications – such as targeted drug delivery – and the necessity for further studies.

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An Ultra-Bright and Highly Coherent Electron Source Developed to Improve the Performance of Electron-Beam Analytical Instrument
26-January-2016

—100 Times Brighter Than Current Electron Sources and Paving the Way for the Development of the Next-Generation Electron Microscopes—

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