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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Identification of Atomic Species at the Surface of Anatase Titanium Dioxide by Scanning Probe Microscopy
11-September-2015

A research team at Japan's National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) successfully identified the atoms and common defects existing at the most stable surface of the anatase form of titanium dioxide by characterizing this material at the atomic scale with scanning probe microscopy.

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High-Efficiency, Hi-Reliability Perovskite Solar Cells Realized by a Low-Temperature Solution Process
10-September-2015

Researchers in Japan succeeded in producing highly reproducible and highly stable perovskite solar cells by a low-temperature solution process. The results were published the Journal of Materials Chemistry A issued by the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK).

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Manipulating the Rotational Direction of Artificial Molecular Motors Using Supramolecules
1-September-2015

A research group in Japan has fabricated molecular motors on a metal substrate using supramolecules, and successfully reversed rotation of molecular motors by rearranging bonding between molecules that constitute a supramolecule.

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Motion of Supramolecular Machines Successfully Controlled through Simple Mechanical Manipulation
31-August-2015

Researchers in Japan found that molecular machines can be easily manipulated using very small mechanical energy, taking advantage of the property that they aggregate on the surface of water.

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Development of Growth Factor-Free Tissue Adhesive Porous Films Singularly Capable of Promoting Angiogenesis
31-August-2015

A group in Japan has developed tissue adhesive porous films that promote angiogenesis without using growth factors. This new technology may contribute to medical cost reduction making expensive growth factors-free.

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