Found 94 articles associated to the institution National Institute for Materials Science.
Microwave heating improves artificial bone23-July-2012
An artificial bone scaffold produced by researchers in South Korea could enhance the treatment of bone damage and defects through bone grafts.
Success in Self-Assembly of Quantum Dots with World’s Highest Density18-July-2012
Will Further Accelerate Research toward Realization of High Performance Quantum Dot Devices
Development of “Slater Insulator” that Rapidly Changes from Conductor to Insulator at Room Temperature10-July-2012
Dr. Kazunari Yamaura, a Principal Researcher of the NIMS Strongly Correlated Materials Group, Superconducting Properties Unit, in joint work with a research group at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (United States), has succeeded in developing a Slater insulator which functions at room temperature.
High grade steel production technologies made Tokyo Sky Tree possible4-April-2012
Nishioka and Ichikawa, researchers from Japan’s largest steel production company, describe recent developments in TMCP Technology in the latest issue of Science and Technology of Advanced Materials Vol. 13 (2012).
The World’s First Sterilizable Flexible Organic Transistors30-March-2012
The University of Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan) and the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) announced on 6th March 2012 that an international research team led by Professor Takao Someya has succeeded in manufacturing the world’s first flexible organic transistor on a polymeric film.
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