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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Granta To Provide NIMS Creep and Fatigue Data For Energy and Processing Plant Applications
6-February-2012

Granta Design today announced an agreement with Japan’s National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) to provide searchable access to metals property data from NIMS.

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To Save the World’s Drinking Water
17-January-2012

Prof. Dr. Sherif A. El-Safty, a Principal Researcher of the Materials Recycling Design Group, Research Center for Strategic Materials, National Institute for Materials Science developed a nanomaterial which enables simple detection and removal of arsenic from drinking water.

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Creation of Database for Promising Adsorbents for Decontamination of Radioactive Substances from Nuclear Power Plants
12-January-2012

NIMS is collecting basic data on natural minerals produced in various regions and inorganic materials with different chemical compositions as a tool for selecting suitable materials, and will make this information available in a NIMS Materials database (MatNavi).

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Success in Realizing Superconductivity in Fullerene Nanowhiskers
6-January-2012

The National Institute for Materials Science succeeded in realizing superconductivity in fullerene nanowhiskers, which are a nanosized carbon material that is lightweight and has a fine fibrous shape - A Giant Step toward the Birth of Lightweight, Flexible Superconducting Materials

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Development of World’s First Functional Polymer Nanowire Fabrication Technology by Pulsed Laser Irradiation
6-January-2012

The Nano Electronic Materials Unit, MANA, NIMS selectively grew polymer nanowires using only irradiation with a pulsed laser, in a region limited to the area of irradiation. They also succeeded in imparting diverse functionalities to the nanowires by doping with various species of nanomaterials.

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