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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Targeting drugs with hydrogels
1-November-2012

Tsukuba, 1 November 2012 - Researchers in Japan have developed a technique which allows them to control and target drug delivery to specific sites of the body at specific times, thus reducing side effects and improving treatment dramatically. The results were published recently in the journal Science and Technology of Advanced Materials.

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Brighter future for carbon dots
13-September-2012

Work led by Amita Pathak at the Indian Institute of Technology has produced water-soluble C-dots that selectively emit light across the entire visible range without any surface coating. The properties of these new C-dots make them ideal for a variety of bioimaging applications and for medical diagnostics.

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Brighter future for carbon dots
13-September-2012

Work led by Amita Pathak at the Indian Institute of Technology has produced water-soluble C-dots that selectively emit light across the entire visible range without any surface coating. The properties of these new C-dots make them ideal for a variety of bioimaging applications and for medical diagnostics.

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Development of Coating Technique by High Speed Particles with Velocity of 1,000m/s
30-August-2012

The improved process enables formation of high quality titanium alloy coating films, which had been difficult with the conventional technique.

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Success in Growth of Regularly-Ordered Nanometer-scale Crystalline Thin Film Using 3D Porous Material
28-August-2012

Japanese scientists have succeeded in fabricating a crystalline thin film with a film thickness of nanometer order, in which molecules of a 3-dimensionally strong porous coordination polymer (PCP) are oriented in a designated direction, and demonstrated that this thin film has a reversible gas adsorption/desorption reaction function.

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