Found 221 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
Printed ‘coffee rings’ avoided with nanofibers

Cellulose nanofibers can help particles in ink and printed electronics disperse evenly, rather than spread apart like dried coffee rings.

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Speaking the language of microstructures

A common language for computer software tools that describes materials at their smallest scale could lead to designing faster and better materials.

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Sensing harmful molecules with light

Ultra-sensitive devices are being developed to detect biological and chemical compounds.

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Uncompromising on organic solar cells

Researchers developed a semi-transparent organic solar cell that achieves better efficiency and transparency than existing ones, according to a recent study in the Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (STAM).

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Detecting mercury with gold

Individual gold nanorods could be used to develop smaller, portable mercury sensors that test for the highly toxic metal in air, soil and water.

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