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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
STAM Review: Bioinspired materials for the next generation of photonic crystals
4-January-2012

The striking colors of butterfly wings or peacock feathers are examples of so-called ‘structural color’ in nature. You see these colors due to the reflection of certain wavelengths of light from the birds’ feathers.

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Success in Synthesis of New High Performance Functional Material Mesoporous Prussian Blue
4-January-2012

The National Institute for Materials Science succeeded in fabricating mesoporous Prussian blue, in which an extremely large number of nanosized pores (mesoporous) are formed in the crystal structure of the material.

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Demonstration of Ultra-High Speed Piezoelectric Thin Film with Nanodomain Structure
23-December-2011

The Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute (JASRI), Tokyo Institute of Technology, NIMS, and Kyoto University confirmed for the first time that it is possible to achieve ultra-high speed switching in a time of 200 nanoseconds with a new piezoelectric thin film which possesses micro regions called “nanodomains.”

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Hyperthermia Treatment of Cancer Using Magnetic Nanoparticles
23-December-2011
 
Development of “Matrix” Material Controlling Differentiation of Stem Cells
23-December-2011

The Tissue Regeneration Materials Unit of the International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science succeeded in developing a matrix material which can control the differentiation of stem cells for regenerative medicine.

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