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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Fabrication of Mosaic Nanofilters for Molecular Transport and Separation of Macromolecules
7-January-2011

The separation of proteins into relatively homogeneous groups and sizes has been very important in biopharmaceuticals and medicines. Researchers at NIMS have fabricated tight mosaic cage silica nanotubes inside anodic alumina membranes as a promising candidate nanofilter for high-speed size-exclusion separation of high concentration macromolecules.

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World’s First Diamond Nanoelectromechanical Switch Toward New Functionality of Diamonds and Nano/Microelectromechanical System
23-December-2010

Researchers at NIMS have succeeded in the batch fabrication of suspended structures (cantilevers and bridges) of single crystal diamond for nano/micro electromechanical systems.

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Packing Electrons in a Nano Box: Control of Many-Body Correlation by Quantum Confinement
23-December-2010

Researchers have succeeded in controlling the few-particle quantum state of a semiconductor quantum dot, and changing its correlation energies.

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Success in developing groundbreaking electrolyte materials
20-December-2010

Researchers at National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) have successfully developed two types of novel proton conducting oxide electrolytes for SOFCs, moving towards the commercialization of SOFCs.

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Transparent High Frequency Device
20-December-2010
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