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Found 216 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
 
Novel Tailor-Made Nanoferroelectric From Building Blocks
17-December-2010

A research group at the National Institute for Materials Science have successfully developed a novel nanoferroelectric by a solution-based bottom-up nanotechnology.

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Paper published by Dr. Ariga et al. ranked No. 1: Most cited paper among all material science papers within these two years
29-November-2010

The STAM article titled “Challenges and Breakthroughs in Recent Research on Self-Assembly,” which was published in March 2008 issue by Dr. Ariga, MANA PI, and Dr. Hill, MANA Scientist, et al., was ranked No. 1 Hot Paper in Materials Science by the Essential Science Indicators on November 1 (provided by Thomson Reuters).

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NIMS Signed a Comprehensive Collaborative Agreement with University College London, UK
9-November-2010

This agreement will not only reinforce the existing collaboration between UCL and NIMS in the field of computational materials science, organic nanomaterials and photocatalytic materials, but also envisage new collaboration and exchange of researchers.

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NIMS Signed MOU with The Inter University Accelerator Centre of India
9-November-2010

Tokyo, 8 Oct - The Inter University Accelerator Centre (IUAC), India, and the Quantum Beam Center, NIMS, signed a MOU on collaborative research for "the Fabrication and modification of nano-materials by ion beams"

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“Success in Development of Exhaust Gas Catalyst with Thermal Agglomeration Resistance 10x Higher than Conventional Materials”
9-November-2010

This dramatic improvement in thermal agglomeration resistance opens the road to a large reduction in the amount of rare metals used in exhaust gas purification technologies.

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