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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Scissors-type Trilayer Giant Magnetoresistive Sensor using Heusler Alloy Ferromagnet for Narrow Reader of Ultra-high Density Hard Disk Drives
30-November-2011

Researchers at the National Institute for Materials Science, in collaboration with members of the Magnetic Materials Unit, have demonstrated a scissors-type trilayer magnetoresistance device that is promising for narrow readers of ultra-high density hard disk drives (HDD).

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First Elucidation of Cause of Long-Term Stability Deterioration in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
23-November-2011

NIMS and the University of Queensland Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis, the Dalian Polytechnic University and the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics clarified for the first time the cluster structure which has an extremely large effect on the long-term stability of solid oxide fuel cells for independent distributed power generation.

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First proof of single atomic layer material with zero resistance
23-November-2011

A research group at the NIMS International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA) has proved that the electrical resistance of a metal single atomic layer on a silicon surface becomes zero by superconductivity.

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Organ engineering: possibilities and challenges ahead
28-October-2011

Cartilage, bone, and skin can already be regenerated in vitro, and these tissues are currently available for clinical applications. However, regeneration of more complex tissues such as the liver and pancreas has yet to be fully realized.

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NanotechJapan Bulletin Vol. 4, No. 5 October 2011
24-October-2011

Challenges In Developing Carbon Nanotube Technology, structural analysis of proteins related to neurodegenerative diseases using NMR spectroscopy and more.

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