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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Magnetic Control of Anomalous Hall Effect Induced by Spin Chirality
28-June-2011

Researchers from Institute for Solid State Physics, the University of Tokyo and RIKEN (Institute of Physical and Chemical Research) have succeeded in the magnetic control of anomalous Hall effect (AHE) induced by spin chirality, which might be a step toward non-volatile memory based on the AHE.

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Direct Measurement of Electron Spins in a Topological Insulator - A Remarkable Step toward a Next-Generation Energy-Conservation Device
28-June-2011

Researchers from Tohoku University and Osaka University made a remarkable step toward a next-generation energy-conservation device

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New technique makes artificial bones more natural
21-June-2011

A new technique for producing artificial bone implants has been developed by Korean researchers. By mimicking natural bone, it is hoped the implant material will better complement the natural regeneration process.

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Success in Development of Cesium-immobilization Material
14-June-2011

NIMS has developed a new material which enables long-term immobilization of highly concentrated cesium.

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Development of a Novel Method for Single Molecule Wiring: Advancing the Realization of Single Molecule Devices
14-June-2011

The NIMS International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), in joint research with other institutions, developed a novel method, "chemical soldering", which enables us to connect single conductive polymer nanowires to individual organic molecules.

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